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Hack an inkjet printer to print with invisible ink!
posted April 2 2011 18:15.21 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Frankly speaking, hacks and projects from make magazine are not that awesome. But this one is number 1! Watch the following video to see how you can hack your old and busted inkjet printer, and convert it into a top-secret document printing machine, that will print with invisible ink C88L!


[Link: makemagazine]
Tags: crazy hack   chemistry   diy   computer peripheral hacks   mechanical   games and fun   mods   cool gadget   security   
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  • At 2 April 2011, 19:32:22 user Kammenos wrote:   [reply @ Kammenos]
    • @Ivan no i do not think so. This is pure lemon juice.


  • At 2 April 2011, 19:25:57 user Ivan wrote:   [reply @ Ivan]
    • This is great :)

      Is this the type of 'ink' that shows on the ultraviolet light? This is good for exam cheating :)












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