A DIY plotter build using old CD drives and a Raspberry Pi by Norbert Heinz: The battery powered WLAN plotter shown here is composed of parts from two old optical drives, four H bridges, a servo and a Raspberry Pi. Project info at HomoFaciens site. Via Make. Check out the video after the break.
Boris Landoni from Open Electronics has designed and built another Christmas project the Spherebot, an open-source robot to draw on spherical objects: Let’s create a plotter to decorate Christmas Tree balls with writing and drawings. This machine: a printer, or better to say a plotter, which will draw with a marker on spheres at will, derived from models […]