Headline Rollup for May 19, 2016
HP announced its Jet Fusion 3D, which hopes to give the same transformative lift to commercial 3-D printing.
Hewlett-Packard today began taking orders for its first 3D printer, the HP Jet Fusion printer, which it said will be up to 10 times faster than existing machines and can cut the cost of manufacturing parts in half.
IBM has filed an interesting patent which, if approved, could result in the commercial production of printers which would stop us printing any text or images belonging to copyright holders.
Brother Virtually Solves The Top Print Challenges Facing Millions Of Small Office/ Home Office Users With Next-Generation INKvestment Offerings
Brother expands its INKvestment line of color inkjet all-in-ones by introducing two, new cost-efficient versions.
Through its ConnectKey technology, which is enabled in 14 devices, they are adapting to the new business model, on the go and through the cloud.
The agreement allows Toshiba to sell and distribute Nuance’s AutoStore and Equitrac document solutions through its independent dealer network and Toshiba Business Solutions direct sales operations throughout the United States and Latin America.