How To Make A Bread Basket From an Old Printer

Sometimes people use things in some other way than their direct purpose.

This Russian guy proposes to use your old printer as a bread-basket or a box to store some medicines.

He removed all the inside parts of the printer, disassembled it, washed it with soap and then assembled but without inner parts.

What he have got became a bread basket in form of printer, he probably puts it with some bread inside on the table when he serves meals at his parties.

bread basket from a printer

bread basket from a printer

bread basket from a printer

bread basket from a printer

bread basket from a printer

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12 thoughts on “How To Make A Bread Basket From an Old Printer”

  1. Having once been cursed to own an Epson C82 printer, I can attest that this is indeed the best use for that pitiable excuse for a printer. Thing spent more time with its print heads clogged than working.

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  2. Not really a good idea. An old printer is always full of ink residues. And printer ink is heavily carcinogenic.

    Always wear disposable gloves when you change ink cartridges or touch the inside parts of a printer or copier, or at least wash your hands thorougly after the operation.

    Ozon, the gaz the smells so strange when you use a copier is also carcinogenic. Install your laser printer or copier in a well aerated room. Open the window when you use the equipment, and go away when you do a large printing job or copy a large amount of material.

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  3. Sure a nice idea for recycling the old printer which has no-use can still be a bread-basket wonderful. Thanks for sharing your idea !

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