See What You Print Concept: Tablet + Inkjet Printer

Design company Artefact felt like the printer needed to evolve, which is why they came up with their SWYP concept. The See What You Print machine will feature a paper-sized touchscreen on its top surface, allowing the user to interact with it instead of doing so on the computer.

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First 3D Printed Plane: Future of Drones and UAVs?

3D printing has been used in a variety of different ways, but this is the first time that I’ve seen it being used to print out a whole airplane. UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) are pretty important in the military these days, and even on science missions. Now, a team from the University of Southampton has printed out a working UAV, which is kind of amazing.

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DIY 3D Printer: Straight Out of Science Fiction Into Your Basement

Amazingly, this beautiful 3D printer was built by some guy named Jim in New York. Just like normal printers, 3D printers allow you to print stuff but in 3D. No glasses required! Although this seems straight out of science fiction, the technology has been used since 2003 in the manufacturing segment.

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Working LEGO Printer Uses Felt-Tip Pens: Say What?

I know that LEGO bricks can be used to make many things, but this is the first time that I’ve seen them being used for making fully-functional printer.

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Kodak Wireless All-in-One Printer

In our quest to declutter home offices, we’ve come-upon the brand new Kodak WiFi enabled All-in-One printer line. What’s really interesting is that they also promise the lowest ink replacement cost in the industry. The new Kodak printers allow uses to print up to twice as many photos and documents, saving consumers an average of $110 a year.

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After Latte Printer Comes Toaster Printer

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A few weeks ago, we reported about a latte printer that printed images on foam. Now you can print things on your toasts as well. The Scan Toaster printer is the brainchild of South Korean designer Sung Bae Chang.

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