A new episode according to the motto "learn by destruction"
Use this guide to share your USB printer over your network using a Raspberry Pi (or other SBC) and print from any device on your network!
Upcycle an old receipt printer into a voice assistant/Internet of Things printer!
Make an interactive table that displays games, an audio spectrum, and animations on a 12x12 built-in LED matrix.
Stand alone Thermal Printer using the CY8CKIT-042BLE. Have used the PSoC UDB to create Hardware logic to drive the motor and print head.
Re-fresh your old perfectly working printer to enjoy the benefits of wireless printing!
Designed for waiting rooms, this literature dispenser will give you short stories to read.
Use a thermal printer to print out a random fact with the help of Google Assistant.
This is a sensor designed to send a notification to your phone and OLED Remote Screen whenever a 3D print is sliding on the print bed.
M5Stick V + Adafruit Thermal Printer + M5Stack Gray = Instant Camera Printer
Print a file to a thermal printer when you push a button on your RasPi. Get creative!
A small portable box that prints messages sent by a loved one.
Control a small thermal printer using a Tessel.
Integrate a printer to my Router, so my grandpa or me can write things down at a web page and let the printer print it out.
I made a robot that can CNC print on Easter eggs. It looks nice and it is a lot of fun to play with!
Learn how to perfect the first and most important layer of a print by using the “skirt”-feature.
Watch time trickle away by using food colouring to print digits on a surface of a flowing river.
A DIY project conduct with a thermal printer and M5Camera.
Printing PLA often requires proper cooling. Improve your Materia 101 fan system with a bigger fan and a fan duct design.
A little tribute machine that prints On The Road novel in a scroll paper.
Rando generates random numbers and selects shapes and determines their geometry based on the random number and sketches them on the floor.
Hack one of these receipts thermal printers to print photographs taken on the fly. Do this using a purely functional language like Haskell
In this post I will describe the steps I followed to build the toolchain and start programing the HiFive 1 RISC-V microcontroller in Ada.
An interesting way to communicate with your Android device through the NFC technology.