Do you have an old flat-bed scanner that you are reluctant to get rid of because you can see the limit-less potential just sitting there going to waste (even though the eyesore makes you want to force yourself into blindness)? Well if you do you're not alone. I had been holding onto an out-dated Scanport SQ2030 (unfortunately, I don't know where you can get one, or why you'd want one for that matter) made by a company that doesn't even exist anymore and will not work with any computer newer than a Windows 95(Searching on the internet I found out that it's suppose
to work with Windows XP, but I tried it and it does not
). So if you're ready to turn that eyesore into a beautiful piece of equipment, read on.
This Instructable is currently being re-written
See Comments for full details and discussionWhen you are done you will end up with a Mini Multi-Touch Interface. For more information on what these do click here.You will need
a screw driver (Phillips)
some knowledge of mechanics
the patience of a saint
The scanner before I began working on it.