As technology continues to evolve, printer and copier consumables technology are not left behind. The printer and copier consumables industry has seen many advancements in recent years. These advancements have resulted in better performance, lower costs, and a more sustainable future for printer and copier users. In this article, we will discuss some of the… Continue reading 20 Cutting-Edge Inventions that Make Copy Printing Easier and More Efficient
Today, businesses and organizations of all sizes require access to wide format color printers in order to stay competitive in the marketplace. Whether you’re printing out promotional materials, banners or posters for a trade show, developing blueprints or charts for an engineering project, creating stunning photos for display or anything else that needs extra space… Continue reading Your Complete Guide to Wide Format Color Printer Technology
The manufacturer HP has announced its first Toner Tank printer with an ink tank. The enclosure is known as “Bulk Ink” and promises to reduce the cost of printing per page. Goodbye, cartridge!
Today we can 3D-print virtually anything from any material: a house out of concrete, a human cornea out of a bio-ink… you name it. But one of the most common construction material, metal, has not been tamed yet. There’s no mass market 3D printer that can create objects out of metal just as easily as… Continue reading Metal Casting Back Then And Metal Printing Now
There are some obvious thing you know you don’t want to see in your current printer. Slow print times, frequent paper jams and lack of network connectivity — all those are hints at the obvious: it’s time to pull the plug and invest in a new printer. Yet, there are things that are not so… Continue reading A Handful of Innovations To Seek In Your New Printer
Doctors need MRI and CT scans to further evaluate, and diagnose, medical conditions. These scans produce high-resolution images in a series of slices which show the details of structures in a person’s body and can later be 3D printed into a detailed physical model. Unfortunately, these images are so detailed that the part that needs… Continue reading Bitmap-Based 3D Printing For Hi-Def Anatomical Models
Three-dimensional images that we can see from all directions are the next step up from holograms. To move us toward that goal, researchers from Brigham Young University have developed a new method to create such a 3D display. The approach is called a free-space volumetric display and uses a technique called optical trapping. As reported… Continue reading Images 3D Printed With Light [VIDEO]
We all got used to the idea that when you buy a printer you actually putting yourself into rat race of endless cartridge replacement. You can get a printer almost at no cost upfront, but pay pretty money for the ink later on. The Japaniese printer manufacturer, Epson, some time ago started to change the… Continue reading New Type of Printers: No Refill for Two Years [VIDEO]
Casio’s new Mofrel system does something truly innovative: it can add 3D textures to your printouts, turning flat paper into faux leather, stone, wood, and even simulate embossed stitched fabrics. The paper you feed into the Mofrel isn’t the same stuff used in the Xerox copier at your work. Each sheet costs around $10, and… Continue reading Casio Printer Turns Paper Into Faux Leather or Wood
This one is for the lades. 3D printing is conquering ever more aspects of our lives, even those you wouldn’t immediately think of. Researchers in the U.K.’s Cosmetic Science Group at London College of Fashion have been exploring the use of additive manufacturing for a whole new industry and application: makeup.