When it comes to the consumables you get through in your home office, printer toner is one of the most expensive, and some printers can seem especially hungry. Whatever type of printer you use, and even when you do things like recycle cartridges to save money, it is always prudent to get as much use out of each batch of ink you buy as possible. There are numerous ways of doing this, however one of the most important rules to follow is to treat the ‘toner low’ message with a certain degree of scepticism!
A few months ago that DMG MORI USA has been showing to the public its new development. A new machine listed as “hybrid” paves the way for what could be the most advanced, capable of combining additive manufacturing with subtractive 3D printers.
A small revolution in the world connected and DIY leads somewhere surname Arduino. So it makes sense that the project will soon expand its participation and not just inside the mouth of 3D printing.
Ice cream, food most not very healthy but perfect for summer cases. Who does not want a rich, cold ice cream on a summer afternoon? But it is not cornet or industrial manufacturing. An icy “printed” with a 3D printer is possible, as long as you’re in Massachusetts and colleague of one of the three MIT students who created the invention.
The International Space Station began its life back in 1998 The first permanent crew arrived two years later and now in less than a year, his next guest will be a 3D printer. NASA in collaboration with the company Made in Space printer used for testing in the manufacturing space for tools and parts more quickly and efficiently to the conventional way.
“3D printer that we will ship to the space station will be the first 3D printer in space,” said Niki Werkehiser, project manager of 3D printing Marshall Flight Center of NASA.