Here another project finally finished ! The Bluetooth thermal printer was fun. Unfortunately I didn’t get it work with apple i-stuff. A stand alone camera, as the Polaroid is in fact even more fun !
I used brass angle rods, glass fiber plates and screws for the case. As usual, a raspberry pi, this time with its own camera module. a TFT screen, the thermal printer, and a lipo battery. More details here:
During a party, the 3.6Ah lipo was able to keep running the raspberry pi for around 6h, plus around 100 prints!
I found a large aperture lens to get maximum sensibility. The counter part is it need to be manually focused.
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Mini Thermal Receipt Printer: Add a mini printer to any microcontroller project with this very cute thermal printer. Thermal printers are also known as receipt printers, they’re what you get when you go to the ATM or grocery store. Now you can embed a little printer of your own into an enclosure. This printer is ideal for interfacing with a microcontroller, you simply need a 3.3V-5V TTL serial output from your microcontroller to print text, barcodes, bitmap graphics, even a QR code! Read more.
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