by reecearnott, published
DIY bookscanner with printable parts
This is the second prototype of my DIY bookscanner. See http://dspace.org.nz/2011/09/11/bookscanner-project/ for build instructions.
You will need to print out multiple copies of these parts:
- 16 printed parts of "m3 nut and bolt attachment to through bar"
- 8 printed parts "90 degree bar join"
- 2 printed parts, depends on the angle of the platen. angle/2 degree bar join (for simplicity I've used 45 degrees)
- 2 printed parts, depends on the angle of the platen. 90+angle/2 degree bar join (for simplicity I've used 135 degrees)
- 2 printed parts "lowerplaten connector"
- 2 printed parts "upperplaten connector"
- 4 printed parts "90 degree bar join (no trapped nut)"
- 2 printed parts "camera_mount(Logitech C910 webcam)"
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