Introduction: Wooden Chapati Maker at Home

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What purposes does a roti maker serve?

Using a chapati maker, you can quickly turn your dough into a spherical roti or chapati. Because the dough doesn't need to be rolled, electric roti makers make it simpler to manufacture round chapati.

What is the Chapati maker's guiding principle?

Expansive force: The machine's force transforms the dough balls into flat, spherical chapatis. when a result, the dough ball expands when power is used to flatten and round it out into the shape of a chapati. Thus, expansion force is the force effect at work in this process.


We need basic materials for making chapati maker at home.

1) Exhaust Fan

2) Wooden beading strip

3) Bearings

4) L Joint Strip

5) PVC Pipe

6) Drill Machine

Step 1: Open Exhaust Fan

We need one working small 30 watt exhaust fan for motor. You can also find this AC or DC motor in other appliances. But I use an exhaust fan for a 30-watt AC motor because I need to run this machine on my home power supply.

Open the exhaust fan's cover first, then remove it. Next, separate the motor from the blades and take it out.

Step 2: Build a Wooden Frame.

To create chapati, I need a wooden frame to which I can attach an AC motor and a handle. Steel or plastic frames are also options.  

To create a frame, I cut wooden strips measuring 7 cm x 3 cm each at a 45-degree angle and measuring two 35 cm long and two 25 cm long. Merge two strips measuring 35 cm and 25 cm. Drill the L-joint after marking the holes, then insert the screws. then use this way to create the entire frame.

Step 3: Attach Top Platform

Cut a piece of wood ply to 25 cm × 35 cm in size, then add some glue to the border. Place this wooden ply on a frame that measures 25 x 35 cm.

Step 4: Joint Motor

After this, make a 12mm hole in the middle of the frame and make three holes around this for attaching the AC motor. After making holes, place the motor and screw it in.

Step 5: Make Handle

To make a handle, drill 12mm holes in wooden blocks (7cm x 3 cm x 25 cm). Then insert a nut inside these holes.

Step 6: Joint Handle

Take a wooden strip that is 4 cm long by 1 cm wide next. After that, drill the holes as shown in the image and assemble the wooden blocks as shown in the final image.

Step 7: Rollers

Create rollers for the chapati maker after that. Take four bearings and two PVC pipes to construct a roller. PVC pipe measuring 11 cm long should be inserted into this. Next, pass both rollers through the rod while travelling on an 8mm steel road. Afterward, fasten this to a wooden handle. 

Step 8: Chapati Base

Then drill a hole in the middle of a wooden manual chapati maker. then thread a nut through this and fasten it straight to the motor shaft. Next, secure the handle to the frame.

Step 9: PVC Handle

Then, cut a 23 cm length of PVC tubing, and attach it to the handle.

Step 10: Practical

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