All posts in ‘3D Printing’

Inkjet Printers could soon make bacteria-sensing material

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Last updated on March 7th, 2016 at 05:53 pm

Inkjet printers are known for  printing pictures with vivid colors, high contrasts and virtually no pixelation. They are relatively cheap to run, come at a more compact size and are the family favourite for printing photos or other important colourful documents.…

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Carbon 3D create revolutionary 3D printing CLIP Technology

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Last updated on March 7th, 2016 at 05:44 pm

3D printing is a revolutionary development in our modern technology and for years it has promised to transform the way we manufacture parts and products across the world’s industries. Currently, we are not quite at the global scale of commercial use the experts predicted, because the larger scale prints can take a long time and material choices are far too limited. …

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3D Printing is now on the cat walk

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Last updated on March 7th, 2016 at 05:31 pm

At Printernet we offer a range of different printers including Wi-Fi enabled 3D machines which are Mac and Windows compatible. A number of our 3D printers also come complete with free 3D files to get you started printing on your device.…

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7 3D printing projects you don’t want to miss

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Last updated on April 10th, 2015 at 08:47 am

At the end of 2014, HP launched the new Multi Jet Fusion 3d Printer predicted to power new 3D commercial and manufacturing printers. Claiming print speeds 10 times fast than existing printers, it boasted more affordable and stronger print outs that devices currently on the market.…

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5 gift ideas for 3D enthusiasts

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2014 has been the year of 3D printers. From the mega HP Multi Jet Fusion to home 3D printers and devices, the market has exploded with fantastic solutions for design and tech enthusiasts alike.

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In the spirit of all things 3D we thought we hunt down the best 3D buys for all budgets.…

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3D printers and edible ads: A look back at this year’s printing inventions

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2014 has been the year of 3D. Since the beginning of the year, when we saw a number of manufacturers launch their own domestic 3D printers, the world of 3D has gone mad. We have seen Will.i.am back an eco-friendly recycled cartridge, Asda launch an in-store mini-me printing service and, manufacturers try to print buildings. …

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Print using recycled plastic bottles

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Once the stuff of science fiction and now revolutionising industry and manufacturing, 3D printing technology is changing the way we design and print all manner of things. Now featuring in our mainstream psyche, you can print a mini-me in Asda, draw in 3D ink and print designs from your iPad.…

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3D Printing Goes Mainstream

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Last updated on June 27th, 2014 at 04:18 pm

In our previous post on 3D printing we highlighted some of the most interesting and advanced projects from around the globe. 3 weeks later we have seen the technology advance even further.…

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Print Your Own Robot And Food With 3D Printers

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Last updated on June 17th, 2014 at 11:28 am

What can you print using a 3D printer? The simple answer; almost anything. From doll houses and clothing to fighter jet parts, models of Old Trafford and whole villages, it is now possible to manufacture almost anything with a 3D printer. …

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Bring learning to life with a 3D printer in school

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The use of 3D printers is gathering pace and here at Printernet, we’re looking to promote the use of the advanced technology in schools

Advancing technologies mean that 3D printing is growing quickly. And while historically they’ve been restricted to use in the manufacturing world, such is their rapid growth that they’re now being introduced to a more mainstream audience, including the high street and, more recently, the classroom.…

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