A cricket printing device could be a key component in a home office that can make printing your own batting and fielding ball as easy as a digital sketch.
Here’s how to make a cricket printing box with a built-in printer.
It’s not an easy process but it’s worth it for the added convenience of printing on an actual cricket ball.
The process is fairly straightforward, and is best achieved with a 3D printer.
Here are the steps:1.
Download the free cricket-printing app2.
Open the app and locate the Cricket Printing Machine (CPM)3.
Tap on the “Add” button4.
Enter in your information5.
Press “Add to Cart” to complete the purchase.
Here is what you will need:1 a cricket ball or cricket cover2 a 3-inch-long piece of cardboard (I used a 12-inch sheet)3 a printer cartridge4 a plastic cutting board5 a plastic box6.
Use the cardboard to cut out your printed cricket ball and cover.
It will look like this:7.
Place the cardboard box in the bottom of the CPM and the 3- inch-long sheet of cardboard in the top of the box.8.
Turn the box 180 degrees and place the cardboard in your office’s ceiling.9.
Leave it for a few hours until you need to print the cricket ball in a new location.10.
When you are ready to print your cricket ball, you will be prompted to “print”.11.
Place your cricket-printed cricket ball into the C PM and print out the batting and field-ball sections.12.
The cricket- printed cricket box will be ready to use as a print-on-demand (POD) printing device.