3D 2.0’s launches Kickstarter for ‘Photoshop’ of the 3D printing world

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3D 2.0 Inc. has announced a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign for a new 3D printing product called Retouch3D. Basically it's a hand-held heated tool the size of an electric toothbrush with variable heat settings and interchangeable tips designed specifically for finishing 3D prints. It will allow makers to clean-up 3D prints with the assistance of temperatures…

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REVIEW: Kodak Hero 9.1 all-in-one printer/scanner/copier

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The Kodak Hero 9.1 throws into the mix pretty much every high-end feature you can think of for a consumer all-in-one printer. Can its print speed and quality live up to the allure of its silky 4.3 inch touchscreen and cloud-printing capabilities?

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LG Machjet LPP6010N : Introducing the world's fastest desktop printer

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Though it can be difficult to drum up excitement for the release of a new printer, LG have managed just that with the Machjet LPP6010N. The "world's fastest" desktop printer, it's twice as fast as traditional A4 home dektop printers,…

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REVIEW: Epson Stylus SX525WD all-in-one printer/scanner/copier

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Boasting class-leading print speeds and a robust feature list that includes duplex printing and Wi-Fi connectivity, the Epson Stylus SX525WD sub-£100 all-in-one is certainly an attractive proposition. But have any concessions been made to hit this value price bracket, and can it really meet those super-fast print speeds?

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REVIEW: Samsung ML-1865 monochrome laserjet printer

Gerald Lynch Features, Peripherals, Printers, Reviews, Tech Digest news 4 Comments

In an age in which you can pick up a decent multi-functional colour inkjet printer and still get change back from £100 you'd be forgiven for believing that the days of the humble monochrome laserjet were numbered. However Samsung's latest laserjet model, the ML-1865, may well sway naysayers who say that the monochrome printer is dead. Read on to find out why.

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