Morse Code Printer

After the creation of the writing hand I found I had printer left over, and a subject not as yet exhausted.

So I asked myself if there was not another milestone in the history of communications I could represent? Of course! The Morse code, which is still occasionally in use. Here I preferred the “wireless” variation. With this printer, I have the ability to receive and print Marconis transmitted by Æthernet from all over the world.
The arrival of a new message is announced, in appropriate style, by Morse code. The Morse key begins to tap and the message can be decoded as: “You have a message”.

Material:
GEBE receipt printer 6862
24V 6.5A power supply
Serial – USB converter
Morse key
Pull magnet
Plywood

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