Suggestions for DIY from an old MFP


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There's an old MFP (Lexmark any), accuracey, but all the stuffing is light mechanism from a scanner, a printer mechanism, a message box with buttons. I want to do something, offer
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The old scanner was given to a friend as a bed under a homemade CNC machine. Yourself there left the LDS with the control Board and power supply — all it was a lamp.
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Old printer was dismantled for parts types of gears, rollers, took out the motors. The body from starogo bubble jet (with time varied on a case from a cheap HP DeskJet) worked in the kitchen breadbox. Some HP was at one time converted into a regular store CD DVD discs and sadaran other.
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By the way, the motors in the scanner, the printer, whose 4-6 contacts are stepper (step motor) and managed with either special. chips drivers or microcontrollers with the necessary piping.
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Thanks, but actually the lamp to burn without control Board? And what voltage should be?
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Propose to remove the insides, remove the glass and get a good trash ;). The simplest option!
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Case for Mini-ITX system.
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From the housing — kennel for cats.
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Of the filling, light on the leg servos =)
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There was (for me) CCFL fluorescent lamp cold cathode. It's not incandescent, which is enough to connect to battery or plug-in. CCFL is necessary to include more complicated and several kV through a step up transformer to ignite. So wage.
Another thing is that it can be small. In my case, the inverter of the lamp and the electronics of the scanner was on the same Board — I just cut off the part with the inverter, the rest is thrown away.
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