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The purpose of this instructable is to build an "ideas printer". I transformed an old broken HP deskjet 400 in both a container and a workplace to solder, ...
- old printer - hot glue - screwdriver - soap - multimeter - solder - tools you want to store in the printer - breadboard - copper wires
- find the screws that keep the printer together - unscrew them - open the printer - remove all electronics and mechanics of the printer until you have ...
The first step is to clean the printer. - use water and soap - be patient and take your time, you want to get dirt only once. If ...
- when I build some project I usually take some time to explore if there are some creative way of using you material - I will try to ...
The breadboard is the main component to prototype your electric circuits. - use some hot glue to attach a breadboard to the paper tray of the printer - ...
Based on your interests and usual activities you can add a lot of features: - useful labels (I sticked a resistor color scheme) - solder pad (to clean ...
Now you can add useful tool inside the empty space of the printer: - wires and rubber - solder - a little hot glue gun - voltage/current meter ...
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