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Jack the Ripper Bot: Pi Powered DVD Ripper @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi

Andy Ayre’s solution to help transfer his DVD collection to his media server: build a robot to do it! via hackaday.com:

Over the last 15 years my wife has amassed a huge DVD collection and we don’t have enough space for shelving to access them all. About a year and a half ago I decided to start ripping the discs to a media server. This went well initially but it was tedious. Ripping is a slow business and every hour I had to feed the computer another disc which was disruptive to normal life. I gave up.

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Recently inspired and armed with a 3D printer I decided to build a robot to perform the disc changing. Jack the Ripper Bot was born.

Read more over at Andy’s blog!


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