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Melbourne University issues consumer guide, warns of 3D printing ‘risks’ A University of Melbourne team has launched a new guide — 3D Printing Rights & Responsibilities — outlining for consumers what they need to know…
Canon brings next-generation multifunction devices to market Canon has released its next-generation multifunctional devices, the imageRUNNER ADVANCE C5500i Series, in the Australian market.
HP OfficeJet Pro 8720 (first looks) Designed for micro and small business, the HP OfficeJet Pro 8XXX all-in-one series offers up to 50% lower print costs than lasers, duplex printing, and…
Nuance Equitrac now speaks Chinese While digital copies have reduced paper print volumes, it is all too easy to print out a hard copy – costing from a few cents…
More people turning to social media for news: study Around half of the people in 26 countries surveyed by Reuters, including Australia, say they use social media as a source of news each week,…
OKI goes fluorescent neon OKI has released a neon toner plus white, A4 laser that is going to revolutionise short-run garment, packaging, signage, and personalisation.
Print still pays most bills at major Australian newspapers Big newspaper groups, representing 90% of the Australian market, made 80% of their advertising revenue from print, with their digital properties contributing the remainder, in…
3D printing will disrupt almost all aspects of manufacturing HP has released details at RAPID, the world’s largest 3D additive manufacturing conference, of what it claims is the first production-ready 3D printing system, scheduled…
He ain’t heavy; he's my Brother (high volume scanner) Apologies to the Hollies and later Neil Diamond but small to medium enterprise (SME) will know the difficulty of buying reasonable cost, high-volume, networked scanners…
The Future of printing is here – now, today At the CeBIT 2016 exhibition, a small Australian start-up is outclassing many contenders in the 3D printing field – 3DBRINK.

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