Lego printer

Full lego printer, using only a micro controller and analog circuitry.

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+29 1. twyncyn commented 10 years ago

Great job! :)

Some people just do have too much time! 8-)
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+35 2. PortugaL26 commented 10 years ago

Everything looks awesome made with lego.. 8-)
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+22 3. nofreeusername commented 10 years ago

Umm, if you want to print something it might take 10 min or more per page :/ But hey, its still cool!
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+24 4. DarkiKun commented 10 years ago

that is damn amazing, look how accurate it is, well at least for a lego printer! =D
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+5 5. Zumo commented 10 years ago

Wooooow excellent!!!! I want the same printer >:)
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+6 6. irishgek commented 10 years ago

Well its a printer but id call it a plotter but man that is the coolest thing i ever seen done with lego id buy that for sure well done who ever made this genius
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+1 7. shayangx commented 10 years ago

Wohooo :p Whats the printing resolution: 25 x 25 DPI? (DOTS PER INCH)
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+8 8. leolazer commented 10 years ago

Let's reinvent the wheel also - with Lego! >:)
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-3 9. leonoidio commented 10 years ago

hehehe.. i guess that's what you come up when you cant afford a printer and you have got lots and lots of free time.. (and imagination)
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-5 10. tega commented 10 years ago

YOU MUST BE KIDDING ME! I upload the same video a few weeks ago and it was denied... Definitely you don't like me.
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+8 11. laughingscorpion commented 10 years ago

@ #10 You and 20 other people.
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+6 12. MsZoomy commented 10 years ago

Love it!! ::(|)
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-1 13. Ritty5 commented 10 years ago

#10 and #11 I remember this video being on Snotr before, but I can't find it...
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+2 14. kaleemyork commented 10 years ago

is this type of printer came in 1965? :P
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+2 15. ColdFire commented 10 years ago

Wow, who had this idea? :D
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+2 16. RaMoZ commented 10 years ago

Lego Sniper Man owns Lego Printer Man!
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+2 17. pire commented 10 years ago

see osx even has a driver for that!
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+2 18. JimDunlop commented 10 years ago

Look at my horse. My horse is amazing!
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+2 19. gendarme commented 10 years ago

I liked the drawing pen the most! Awesome! :)
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-3 20. joverke commented 10 years ago

What are the specs of that thing?
How many pages per felt tip?
How many pages per hour does it print?
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+1 21. puffson1 commented 10 years ago

#20 build one and find out youre self :P
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+1 22. heka1980 commented 10 years ago

lego rules...
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+1 23. Deblaauwn commented 10 years ago

Now make a color printer out of Lego
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+1 24. lego commented 10 years ago

how long it could take to print this :)
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+1 25. joka232 commented 10 years ago

WOW this is awesome it will take a while but is still too cool!"
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0 26. LightAng3l commented 10 years ago

#10 I uploaded a video once and waited to see if it got approved. 32 days later it showed up on the site uploaded by me.
So I deduced it takes the staff 30-35 days to process the videos.
You might have uploaded the video a few weeks ago... but this guy probably uploaded it a few more weeks ago.
Anyway... the fact is : Snotr moves like a paralyzed snail on Valium when it comes to video processing.
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+1 27. PeTTs0n commented 10 years ago

I'd love to see this boxed by LEGO;

(On the box):

"Recommended for ages 20 and up"
"Build time: long"
"Pcs: a shitload"

^^