Building a DIY submarine

Building a submarine with full buoyancy control? YES! Also, visit kiwico.com/diyperks for your first month of selected crates COMPLETELY FREE!

You can check out James's finished (and now working!) submarine here! www.youtube.com/watch?v=kEanK...

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  • NightHawkInLight
    NightHawkInLight

    I'm enormously impressed with your ability to find parts that fit together with minimal modification.

  • Joel Creates
    Joel Creates

    So many clever design choices, lovely build.

  • Concept Creator
    Concept Creator28 วันที่ผ่านมา

    OK this is such a cool project!

  • Dito Alfrido
    Dito Alfrido9 ชั่วโมงที่ผ่านมา

    let me guess, your next projects is DIY GUIDED MISSILES with sugar rocket engine!!!! 😎👍

  • Nisco Racing
    Nisco Racing28 วันที่ผ่านมา

    Refined Design: I would say remove the steal pellets, and replace them with more batteries and for sure more powerful thruster engines :)

  • A Casual Cactus
    A Casual Cactus

    You should make an emergency surface system, where if the Internal pressure reaches X, the syringes start to quickly empty.

  • ProjectAir
    ProjectAir

    Had so much fun working on this challenge! Can’t wait for our next collab and to release my video showing my ROV finally working perfectly! 😃

  • Karl Lew
    Karl Lew14 วันที่ผ่านมา

    "Without calculation"? That was hilarious. This project required an amazing level of deep insight as well as an enormous breadth of comprehension of physics, electronics, and mechanics. I learned a lot from this great video. Thank you for your insane curiosity and passion for experimentation. :D

  • Sitendu Goswami
    Sitendu Goswami

    This can be used for small scale ecological projects to monitor aquatic flora and fauna in a non-invasive manner! Excellent job!

  • Terry Pold
    Terry Pold

    One thing you will have to contend with is, that once you begin to descend the water pressure will compress the shell causing the internal pressure to increase causing the buoyancy to over react. The sub will descend faster as the water pressure continues to increase. As you showed in the first part of this video, increased internal pressure causes decent.This causes a runaway feed back. Using dive planes will lesson this effect but still you will have to continually correct your neutral buoyancy. You could use an ARDUINO to sense internal pressure and automatically compensate.

  • Pratyush Mallick
    Pratyush Mallick

    I love how he explains the reasons behind selecting a particular component.

  • José Anderson-Cuff
    José Anderson-Cuff14 วันที่ผ่านมา

    This guy is a genius. Absolutely impressive and stunning work.

  • SeanHodgins
    SeanHodgins

    Is there some submarine build fad going on that I don't know about? Always love the clever engineering of this channel.

  • dcoog anml
    dcoog anml

    Absolutely fascinating; this was incredibly fun to watch. Seeing the different methods you each chose was very interesting!!!

  • Emiel Bart
    Emiel Bart

    Awesome project!

  • Myk Streja
    Myk Streja

    This so appealed to the kid in me. Back in the day, I would have killed to have something like this to go exploring the ponds and streams where I lived. I especially liked that it was all stuff you could get from local suppliers with little modification. Thanks for sharing this.

  • J D
    J D16 ชั่วโมงที่ผ่านมา

    Love this mans videos. Has a real knack for this. He’s well spoken, clear and concise, straight to the point, well knowledged. You can tell he really enjoys what he does. And the best part? He does sponsorships with company’s that provide fun and exciting educational experiences for our future generations

  • Hailey Hernandez
    Hailey Hernandez

    This was absolutely wild. Id love to see more upgrades, i think the jets could have 3d printed nozzles to improve speed. I do reallly like james's implemenation with outrigger nacelles and propelloers. seemed extremely quick

  • Matias Motti
    Matias Motti

    Matt in 2047: "DIY moonbase with life support"

  • An Endless Knot
    An Endless Knot

    I'm just speechless. This is absolute nuts. The height of innovation. Very very impressed and inspired