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  • RaviG28 commented on sanni-t's instructable PrintO-Bot1 week ago
    PrintO-Bot

    I wanted to hack a canon printer to print on thick (30 to 40mm) materials. I wanted to do away with the ASF (automatic sheet feeder) and Paper Entry (PE) IR sensors and related mechanicals. Hence removed all those. But unfortunate I lost the timing I noted before ripping the printer. Hence googled for "Canon Paper Entry Sensor timing" and came across this instructible. Great one. Here are my comments:1. Unable to search this from instructables.com. Key words "Canon printer" "printing on floor" "printer on wheels" did not show up this ible. Had to search google again to get back this link.2. I think it is possible to move the "carriage slider" to print on the floor doing away with the difficult wiring/soldering part. You could do away wit...see more »I wanted to hack a canon printer to print on thick (30 to 40mm) materials. I wanted to do away with the ASF (automatic sheet feeder) and Paper Entry (PE) IR sensors and related mechanicals. Hence removed all those. But unfortunate I lost the timing I noted before ripping the printer. Hence googled for "Canon Paper Entry Sensor timing" and came across this instructible. Great one. Here are my comments:1. Unable to search this from instructables.com. Key words "Canon printer" "printing on floor" "printer on wheels" did not show up this ible. Had to search google again to get back this link.2. I think it is possible to move the "carriage slider" to print on the floor doing away with the difficult wiring/soldering part. You could do away with the ASF, the head cleaning unit etc. In that case you need to emulate the ASF and PE sensors.Good Job. Thanks.

    I wanted to hack a canonprinter to print on thick (30 to 40mm) materials. I wanted to do away with theASF (automatic sheet feeder) and Paper Entry (PE) IR sensors and relatedmechanicals. Hence removed all those. But unfortunate I lost the timing I notedbefore ripping the printer. Hence googled for "Canon Paper Entry Sensortiming" and came across this instructible. Great one. Here are mycomments:1. Unable to searchthis from instructables.com. Key words "Canon printer""printingI wanted to hack a canon printer to print on thick (30 to 40mm)materials. I wanted to do away with the ASF (automatic sheet feeder) and PaperEntry (PE) IR sensors and related mechanicals. Hence removed all those. Butunfortunate I lost the timing I noted before ripping the printer. Hence goog...see more »I wanted to hack a canonprinter to print on thick (30 to 40mm) materials. I wanted to do away with theASF (automatic sheet feeder) and Paper Entry (PE) IR sensors and relatedmechanicals. Hence removed all those. But unfortunate I lost the timing I notedbefore ripping the printer. Hence googled for "Canon Paper Entry Sensortiming" and came across this instructible. Great one. Here are mycomments:1. Unable to searchthis from instructables.com. Key words "Canon printer""printingI wanted to hack a canon printer to print on thick (30 to 40mm)materials. I wanted to do away with the ASF (automatic sheet feeder) and PaperEntry (PE) IR sensors and related mechanicals. Hence removed all those. Butunfortunate I lost the timing I noted before ripping the printer. Hence googledfor "Canon Paper Entry Sensor timing" and came across thisinstructible. Great one. Here are my comments:1. Unable to searchthis from instructables.com. Key words "Canon printer""printing on floor" "printer on wheels" did not showup this ible. Had to search google again to get back this link.2. I think it ispossible to move the "carriage slider" to print on the floordoing away with the difficult wiring/soldering part. You could do away with theASF, the head cleaning unit etc. In that case you need to emulate the ASF andPE sensors on floor" "printer onwheels" did not show up this ible. Had to search google again to getback this link.2. Ithink it is possible to move the "carriage slider" to print onthe floor doing away with the difficult wiring/soldering part. You could doaway with the ASF, the head cleaning unit etc. In that case you need to emulatethe ASF and PE sensorsGood Job. Thanks

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