jws at jwsss.com
Mon Aug 31 22:04:21 CDT 2015
I have a "hot tub" scanner which could be adapted to plotting which is
IIRC 4 x 4' It would be free for the taking to an interested party in
LA CA area.
It has the mechanism to move a mirror which was used to scan with a very
nice scan camera, so has all the logistics of holding paper while you
move around under it.
It is an Ektagraphic, again IIRC which was made by Kodak. Was one of
those, "You can have the pile for $200 less if you take the scanner"
On 8/31/2015 8:41 AM, Jon Elson wrote:
> On 08/31/2015 07:51 AM, Mouse wrote:
>>> [...] then in 1996 I built a laser photoplotter that cranks out
>>> 1000x1000 DPI images on red-sensitive film at 0.6 inches/minute.
>> I'd be very interested in anything you care to share about its design
>> and building....
> Here's my web page on it:
> I built this in 1996, as soon as red laser diodes became available.
> (I'd been trying to make it work with LEDs before, but the optics got
> difficult.) I just converted it over recently to run off a Beagle
> Bone computer.
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