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Assigned Agents: Jennifer, Simran, Jenny, Romaisa & Anusha
Compare and contrast
Inkjet vs. Laser
Real life examples
What is a printer?
Graphics & text
Letter quality type
History of Printers
History of Printers
A peripheral that prints text or illustration on paper
Printer that has a mechanism which touches the paper in order to create an image.
1938:printing process called electrophotography was created
1953:first high speed printer was created
1977:the first laser printer was released
1981:the Bubblejet printer created by Canon was said to be tested
1984:ThinkJet became HP's first working printer
1985:BJ-80 printer was produced by Canon
1984:St Helens pen first marketed by HP
1987:HP PaintJet was introduced;it used two cartridges, one black and one tri-colour
1988:HP Deskjet released; it used cheap, laser printer quality
1980's: Seiko Epson produced dot matrix printers; used expensive printheads but cheap ink
The future of printing primarily focuses on
HP® Envy (5530) Wireless e-All-in-One Colour Inkjet Printer inkjet with AirPrint and ePrin
HP® LaserJet Pro (MFP M127fw) All-in-One Monochrome Laser Printer with AirPrint and ePrint
3D printing is a technology that allows users to turn any digital file into a three dimensional physical product. This is done by technology which follows instructions from digital files, join together layer upon layer of material—whether metals, ceramics or plastics—until the object’s distinctive shape is realized.
3-D printing has been around for quite some time now, but new innovations in this science of printing continues to grow substantially.
Over the next five years the 3D printing field is expected to grow more than 14% annually to become an $8.4 billion industry by 2020, according to a 2013 report by MarketsandMarkets
Currently, North America and Asia-Pacific are the two largest 3D printing markets.
Europe is following close behind and expected to overtake North America by 2020.
The BIG question is
WHAT WILL 3-D PRINTING DO FOR
IN THE FUTURE?
Printers that don't require any contact with the paper to create images
Here are two examples of what 3-D printing will hopefully be able to accomplish in the upcoming years:
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A printer that sprays extremely small droplets of ink onto paper to create a very accurate and high quality image.
Facial replicas at 3D systems. Animators have begun using the technology to create faces with multiple expressions. The development of this technological use is still under way.
A 3D printer can create nose scaffoldings - simultaneously embedding it with cells that will later grow into tissues. Along with nose scaffoldings, it is expected that ecinetists will create scaffoldings of various body parts such as ears. bones, and inner muscles in the upcoming future. 3-D printing will revolutunize our medical field.
A dress made from 17 printed parts, desinged by Micheal
Schmidst and Francis Bitoni.
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3D printing is poised to reinvent the way our culture brings an idea to life, shifting how we think about creation and production.
Printers have proved to be very important in our daily lives and with technological advances of this century, printers will prove to be great assets in the upcoming years as they will help do amazing things.
Newer printers use the USB port
A few use a serial port or a SCSI (small computer system interface) port
4.27" H. x 17.52" W. x 13.15" D
12-1/5"H. x 16-1/2" W. x 14-2/5" D
Now you decide,
Inkjet or laser?