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DIY Arduino SVG plotter

Posted on Wednesday, March 5th, 2014 in Arduino, DIY by DP

DIY-Arduino-SVG-Plotter

Here’s a DIY Arduino SVG plotter by  Junk+Arduino:

Junk (the hardware):

  • Olde Epson printer: frame, two stepper motors, motor driver circuitry
  • CD player: The laser head moving mechanism
  • Desktop compy PSU as a 5V power supply
  • One H-bridge – SN754410NE
  • Some resistors
  • Bits of wire and a small breadboard
  • Arduino uno, computer and pen

Via Hacked Gadgets.

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2 Responses to “DIY Arduino SVG plotter”

  1. EschatologicalEngineer says:

    Simple. Cheap. Clever. Love it.

  2. send me circuit diagram for this plotter

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