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Desc:using electric door locks
Category:Arts, Science & Technology
Tags:art, typewriter,
Submitted:Simian Pride
Date:04/12/13
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Gmork
the door locks... THE DOOR LOCKS!
STABFACE
Uselessly cool.
SteamPoweredKleenex
Five stars for nerdic accomplishment.

Alternately, if you want your printing to look like it was done by a typewriter, it'd probably be mechanically easier to go repair/restore/patch an old daisy-wheel or ball-head printer.
Old_Zircon
I don't know if that would be easier, since this uses common parts and doesn't really require too much engineering (it's mostly software, it looks like you could build the mechanical part in a few hours, and you might need to write custom drivers to use one of those printers with a modern operating sytem - that was the reason I never restored the old arm-and-pens style plotter I used to have) but it would probably be a lot cheaper.

Old_Zircon
"not Steampunk" tag?

I really like that the person who made this did it without making any modifications to the typewriter.
memedumpster
Zounds, a textaloom!
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