[Nottingham] Toasted toaster -> RasPI case or other?

Martin martin at ml1.co.uk
Wed Jul 18 15:46:30 UTC 2012

On 18/07/12 16:26, T.J long thing wrote:
> Didn't fancy making you own RasPI controlled toaster then?
> TJ

Nope. I'm tempted but I've too many projects ongoing already.

It is such a shiny spacious case as to be obvious for a make-over. It's
up for grabs for whoever wishes to join the geekie-toaster elite! :-)

(It's already dismantled and has a good sturdy base plate on which to
mount your gubbins. The controls are still in place and include an
on-off mains capable slide switch, a rotary pot, a push button, and an
led indicator.)

Let me know,


> Folks,
> My newish shiny toaster is now toast... (Failed heating element.)
> Before I recycle it, any of the Hacktivists want the case for a
> stereotypical toaster makeover?
> It was a Bush "Classic 2-slice" shiny chrome, similar to:
> http://www.comparestoreprices.co.uk/images/bu/bush-classic-2-slice-toaster.jpg
> More than capacious enough for a RasPi + HDD + DVD + whatever!
> Cheers,
> Martin

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