Headline Rollup for February 28, 2017

PrintFleet announces LINK partnership with Q2

Ontario, Canada – PrintFleet Inc., a global leader in managed print services and supplies automation solutions, announced today that they have partnered with Q2, LLC, a national distributor of compatible imaging supplies, to provide a PrintFleet LINK™ enabled just-in-time supplies fulfilment program for the imaging industry throughout the United States.


Konica Minolta Develops the World’s First* Automotive 3D Augmented Reality Head-up Display

Tokyo (February 27, 2017) – Konica Minolta, Inc. (Konica Minolta) has developed the world’s first* three-dimensional augmented reality head-up display (3D AR HUD) that meets the growing global need to assist safe driving. Designed to present 3D information (images) on the windshield to assist the driver.


Team makes nerve-regeneration breakthrough using 3-D printer

A Japanese research team has developed the world’s first technology for regenerating damaged nerves using a three-dimensional printer designed to create animal cells.


These electronic tattoos can be made on a household printer

For several years now, researchers have been developing ‘electronic tattoos’ which sit on your skin and monitor your vital signs.


HP Inc. Delivers Powerful Commercial Detachable and Versatile Accessories to its Mobility Lineup

New Pro x2 and Elite x3 accessories are designed to bring productivity to vertical workflows with unparalleled security for today’s connected world.


Canon to Deliver World’s First Nanoimprint Replica Mask Manufacturing Equipment for Mass-Production to Leading Mask Supplier

MELVILLE, N.Y.Feb. 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader of digital imaging solutions, has announced that its parent company, Canon Inc., will commence sales of the FPA-1100NR2, the world’s first mass-production replica mask manufacturing equipment. The FPA-1100NR2 duplicates masks for semiconductor lithography equipment utilizing low-cost nanoimprint technology. Canon Inc. has announced that FPA-1100NR2 equipment will be sold to Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd, a leading supplier of masks for nanoimprinting.


Cartridge Web launches Xerox cartridges

The GPI brand has launched compatible copier cartridges for a range of Xerox machines.

The company stated that the new compatible cartridges are designed for use in Xerox’s WorkCentre 7525, 7530, 7535, 7545, 7830, 7835 and 7845 machines, with the CMYK versions launched by Cartridge Web featuring yields of 26,000 pages in black and 15,000 pages each in cyan, magenta and yellow.

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