A long time after it was uncovered that HP’s printer ink was more costly than real human blood, printing photographs at home on an inkjet is as yet a sham. You’re in an ideal situation having them printed professionally at a photograph focus, or, by reusing a pack of old gadgets into a home-made printer that uses a tapping pencil in lieu of ink trucks.
YouTuber Terrormink upcycled an old scanner, hard drive, and CD-ROM drive with some Meccano parts and an Arduino to run the entire thing. The printer itself isn’t simple on the eyes, however there’s a flawless stylish to the pointillist pictures it makes. What isn’t exactly as beautiful is the perpetual tapping sound that is more grinding than even the loudest of spot lattice printers of the ’80s.