Continuing the column “What else can we print on a 3D printer?”, we should mention a recently improved technology, allowing to use glass as a 3D printing material. The scientists from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Germany) detailed their findings online in the journal Nature and are spinning off a company to commercialize the technology.
Recently, Epson has turned its attention to SMBs—multi-user small office environments and midsized businesses—willing to bring their printing process and workflow management on a higher level. The producer has introduced a new A3 inkjet multifunction printer with the enormous (to this segment) print speed of 100 ISO ppm. The WorkForce Enterprise WF-C20590 has got a… Continue reading New Epson Inkjet Multifunction Printer
In the end of March, Xerox has introduced one of its largest new product launches made within the strategy to move about half of the business from mature to growth markets. The introduction included 29 gadgets which are ConnectKey enabled and feature mobile and cloud connectivity. Their main goal is to set the page free… Continue reading New Xerox Printers and Multifunction Devices
The whole world is rather excited about 3D printing. The scientists from different countries are trying to adopt the technology for different industries’ needs, make it cost-efficient. Very often the news come from top and less famous universities announcing the new 3D printing projects and researches. Founded in 1965 Sweden’s fifth oldest university—Umeå University—is no… Continue reading ‘HangPrinter’ Making a Tower of Babel [+ VIDEO]