Step 1: Getting started
You will need:
-small wood planks (The smaller the better)
-super glue or goop
Step 2: Opening your printer and break down
I found that using a knife along the borders worked best for me.
After your printer is open you wil then need to remove each of the internal componets untill you are left with an empty platic casing.
Step 3: Shoring up and lining down
After your workspace is cleared you can work as is and move on to the next step or add an internal lining. Regardless make sure to use the wook planks and glue to cover the paper tray!
From here you can attach wook planks to the bottom of the printer and then line it with plastic bags using super glue for a cleaner planter box. If you are using the scanner portion of a printer/scanner I would only recomend using the plastic and using this portion for seedlings. Dont forget to cut drain holes in the bags.