Teleprinter – Vostoktelecom http://vostoktelecom.ru/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 07:15:06 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://vostoktelecom.ru/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-24.png Teleprinter – Vostoktelecom http://vostoktelecom.ru/ 32 32 UMaine unveils a house made with a giant 3D printer https://vostoktelecom.ru/umaine-unveils-a-house-made-with-a-giant-3d-printer/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 00:02:27 +0000 https://vostoktelecom.ru/umaine-unveils-a-house-made-with-a-giant-3d-printer/ On Monday, the Advanced Structures and Composites Center at the University of Maine at Orono officially unveiled the world’s first bio-based 3D printed house. Built using the world’s largest polymer 3D printer, the 600 square foot BioHome3D is seen as a way to solve the housing crisis, labor shortages and supply chain disruptions in an […]]]>

On Monday, the Advanced Structures and Composites Center at the University of Maine at Orono officially unveiled the world’s first bio-based 3D printed house.

Built using the world’s largest polymer 3D printer, the 600 square foot BioHome3D is seen as a way to solve the housing crisis, labor shortages and supply chain disruptions in an environmentally friendly manner.

The center uses wood-fiber polymers, robotics and artificial intelligence to build housing faster, cheaper and more sustainably than traditional stick construction, researchers said.

The prototype unveiled Monday sits on a foundation outside the center and is equipped with sensors for thermal, environmental and structural monitoring to test its performance during a Maine winter. The researchers expect to use the collected data to improve future designs.

BioHome3D was printed in four modules, then moved to site and assembled in half a day. Electricity was working within two hours with only one electrician needed on site, according to the center.

It was also fully furnished for Monday’s public unveiling. Governor Janet Mills and Senator Susan Collins, R-Maine, were among those present.

It is unknown what the units would ultimately cost to build on a commercial scale. The center, which received $30 million in federal funding and $15 million in state funding, hopes to create a separate manufacturing facility that could build a home in days.


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Fujifilm Announces New INSTAX SQUARE Link Smartphone Printer with Augmented Reality https://vostoktelecom.ru/fujifilm-announces-new-instax-square-link-smartphone-printer-with-augmented-reality/ Wed, 16 Nov 2022 10:46:52 +0000 https://vostoktelecom.ru/fujifilm-announces-new-instax-square-link-smartphone-printer-with-augmented-reality/ Fujifilm has announced the launch of the new INSTAX SQUARE Link smartphone printer that is sure to delight instant photography fans everywhere. The SQUARE Link will put augmented reality and digital image sharing into the hands of its creative users. The latest addition to Link Smartphone printers, SQUARE Link, creates instant INSTAX SQUARE format prints […]]]>

Fujifilm has announced the launch of the new INSTAX SQUARE Link smartphone printer that is sure to delight instant photography fans everywhere. The SQUARE Link will put augmented reality and digital image sharing into the hands of its creative users.

The latest addition to Link Smartphone printers, SQUARE Link, creates instant INSTAX SQUARE format prints at 1.5 times the size of its INSTAX mini counterparts. There are also many unique features that have never been seen before that have been designed to encourage creativity. These include augmented reality Print and INSTAX Connect™, which allows fans of instant photography and print to share their images in new ways. The SQUARE Link offers numerous frame designs, digital stickers and print mode options to inspire its user to think outside the box when creating their photographic masterpieces, via the free downloadable app*.

Senior Vice President of Imaging Solutions for Fujifilm, Shin Udono, said, “Designed for fans of instant photography and smartphone printing, we are excited to introduce the new INSTAX SQUARE Link. The new SQUARE Link combines everything existing customers love about existing Link formats, now in SQUARE format – with the addition of exciting new features including AR Print and INSTAX Connect, giving users even more options to connect , customize and share images. .”

INSTAX SQUARE Link Features

Augmented reality (AR) impression

This helps add AR functionality to your snaps. These include special effects, text, images, background colors, doodles, and even animations to bring your snapshots to life. Simply scan the QR code printed on the photos with your smartphone to unlock the augmented reality content. Allow your friends to see your creations by inviting them to do the same with their smartphone!

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Share your images instantly by selecting a smartphone image, adding text content or effects and sending it to any connected device. It’s so easy. Users can add text to their images and get text responses returned directly to the image. If the person you’re sending it to also has a SQUARE link, they can print a copy for themselves and choose whether or not to keep the text on it.

Customizable with picture modes, design frames and stickers

Get creative with the many frame designs, digital stickers and print mode options available on the SQUARE Link. There are two modes to choose from: INSTAX-Rich mode for deep, enhanced colors or INSTAX-Natural mode for a more classic look. Edit images from your smartphone with artistic filters, brightness and contrast or saturation settings. Can’t decide which images to print or want to keep your memories in one photo? Well now you can because the SQUARE Link lets you combine up to nine images into a single INSTAX print collage.

Lightweight portability and speed

The SQUARE Link has a compact and lightweight feel with a striped texture to add to its neat and aesthetic look. Your images will be printed in approximately 12 seconds, with up to 100 INSTAX prints that can be printed from a single charge via Bluetooth.

Available in Ash White and Midnight Green, the SQUARE Link is available to purchase from resellers Fujifilm and instax.ie for €150 SRP.

Fans of the INSTAX mini 11 will be pleased to see that a stunning Pastel Green colorway is now available. This soft new color has been designed to follow the latest fashion trends so that your camera goes perfectly with your stylish outfits.

Just like the rest of the INSTAX mini 11 family, the Pastel Green colorway features the auto exposure feature, where the camera automatically detects the level of ambient light when you take a photo. So whether you’re outside on a sunny day, at a party, or in a darkened room, this super-smart feature captures high-quality instant prints. Selfie mode is also available on this new colorway of the INSTAX mini 11, allowing you to pull out the front edge of the lens after turning on the camera, meaning you’ll be able to easily take fabulous selfies and close-ups. planes.

The INSTAX mini 11 Pastel Green is available to purchase now from resellers Fujifilm and instax.ie for €90 SRP.

*A free app compatible with Android phones and iPhones. It can be downloaded from Google Play in the case of Android phones and from the App Store for iPhones. Android and Google Play are trademarks or registered trademarks of Google Inc. iPhone and App Store are trademarks of Apple Inc.

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BSSE partners with Prayasta to create the first 3D printer for implant-grade silicone https://vostoktelecom.ru/bsse-partners-with-prayasta-to-create-the-first-3d-printer-for-implant-grade-silicone/ Sat, 12 Nov 2022 08:41:45 +0000 https://vostoktelecom.ru/bsse-partners-with-prayasta-to-create-the-first-3d-printer-for-implant-grade-silicone/ The 3D printer developed by Prayasta has been named Silimac P250, the world’s first 3D printer to manufacture medical grade silicone implants. The startup has also developed its key technology – iEAM Silimac P250 can be used for custom implants and prostheses for all soft tissues including breast, nose, chin, ear, lip, trachea, food tube, […]]]>

The 3D printer developed by Prayasta has been named Silimac P250, the world’s first 3D printer to manufacture medical grade silicone implants. The startup has also developed its key technology – iEAM

Silimac P250 can be used for custom implants and prostheses for all soft tissues including breast, nose, chin, ear, lip, trachea, food tube, calf, pectoral, etc. . | Photo: India Science Wire

The Center for Biosystems Science and Engineering (BSSE) at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) in Bengaluru has collaborated with a startup Prayasta to develop a state-of-the-art 3D printer capable of 3D printing silicone from medical implant quality.

Prayasta developed this 3D printer in-house with support grants from various government agencies including Nidhi Praya (Government of India’s Department of Science and Technology), Biotech Ignition Grant (Biotechnology Industry Research Assistance Council), Design Clinic Scheme (MSME Center of Excellence Indian Institute of Science Bangalore), Tide 2.0 Meity Startup Hub (Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology), Elevate Call 2 Startup Karnataka (Department of Electronics, IT, BT, S&T).

Conventional 3D printer cannot use implant-grade silicone to make silicone medical implants because traditional 3D printers use either filament or powder material.

The natural form of “implant-grade” silicone is a liquid (high viscosity) and cannot be converted to filament or powder. Therefore, conventional 3D printers cannot use “implant-grade” silicone.

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The 3D printer developed by Prayasta has been named Silimac P250, the world’s first 3D printer to manufacture medical grade silicone implants. The startup has also developed its key technology – iEAM.

Read also : Digital technology a catalyst for making healthcare patient-centric and more accessible: experts

Silimac P250 can be used for custom implants and prostheses for all soft tissues including breast, nose, chin, ear, lip, trachea, food tube, calf, pectoral, etc. .

This is an industrial grade machine that operates reliably and uninterrupted for long hours of production. It can hold up to 14,000ml of silicone in a single refill and is ready for large scale production.

Silimac P250 has built-in UV sterilization for the print chamber and a contamination-free support system. The implants manufactured by Silimac P250 are based on a new internal architecture design (NIA) methodology, which makes the implants fracture resistant with a reduced risk of post-implantation displacement. The implants made by this 3D printer are customized and balanced in weight.

Custom shapes and sizes with perfectly symmetrical appearances lead to more confidence and less anxiety in personal, professional and social environments.

Additionally, Silimac P250 can be directly installed in hospitals offering facilities to manufacture custom silicone implants within the hospital.

Read also : Colleges should teach museum science as a specialized subject, says ICCR chief

Shilpi Sen, CEO and co-founder of Prayasta, said animal trials followed by human trials of Silimac P250 would begin soon.

Prayasta was also awarded the Technology Startup Awards 2022 by the Government of India’s Department of Science and Technology (DST), on National Technology Day 2022 for developing indigenous technology with commercialization potential.

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NXG XII 600E 1.5-meter z-axis metal printer receives first order https://vostoktelecom.ru/nxg-xii-600e-1-5-meter-z-axis-metal-printer-receives-first-order/ Wed, 09 Nov 2022 11:18:43 +0000 https://vostoktelecom.ru/nxg-xii-600e-1-5-meter-z-axis-metal-printer-receives-first-order/ Stay up to date with everything happening in the wonderful world of AM through our LinkedIn community. SLM Solutions’ new NXG XII 600E, based on the 12-laser NXG XII 600 platform and featuring an extended build envelope of 1.5M in the Z axis, has received its first order from Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC), the prime […]]]>
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SLM Solutions’ new NXG XII 600E, based on the 12-laser NXG XII 600 platform and featuring an extended build envelope of 1.5M in the Z axis, has received its first order from Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC), the prime contractor for a US Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) project. The AFRL funded this work to leverage additive manufacturing for advanced DoD applications. Customers who have already installed the NXG XII 600 or are about to install customers can take advantage of its expandable architecture and have the ability to upgrade their system to unlock the benefits of the extended Z build envelope. The NXG XII 600E is scheduled for delivery in 2023.

“We are delighted to continue our long-term partnership with SLM,” said Edward J. Sheehan, Jr., President and CEO of CTC. “SLM is clearly a leader in the field of additive manufacturing equipment, and we look forward to collaborating and expanding the possibilities of additive manufacturing for defense applications in this exciting opportunity in support of mission critical AFRL requirements. .”

The industrialization of the metal additive is progressing rapidly because the NXG XII 600 has revolutionized the market. Customers are demanding larger metal parts at lightning speed. Mass production of complex geometries can now be achieved in hours or days rather than weeks and months with the most productive 12 1kW laser solution producing up to 1000 cm/h. The NXG XII 600E also features the largest build envelope in the industry that outstrips its closest competitor by 90% thanks to 50% more z-height.

The original NXG XII 600

Sam O’Leary, CEO of SLM Solutions, added: “These partnerships demonstrate the philosophy of SLM Solutions; only in close collaboration with them can we push the boundaries of innovation. To take a market leader like the NXG XII 600 as a model, extend the envelope to 1.5m, coupled with the accuracy and reliability of our systems, and our hands-on support enables our customer to grow with agility – almost at the Mach-speed for which we design this system to build parts. He added, “We are especially excited to team up with CTC, a highly regarded, leading research and development organization with an exceptional track record of securing technology transition successes.

The NXG XII 600E is designed as the most advanced production system on the market today. The solution features an end-to-end production workflow, including external cooling unpacking to maximize machine uptime, enabling turnaround from job to job in less than an hour compared to the “days” reported on competing technology. Additionally, the NXG platform features an open SLM architecture allowing maximum flexibility to tailor process parameters to optimize application results with maximum productivity using 90 µm layer thickness and beyond in commonly qualified materials that can be processed including IN718, AlSi10Mg, TiAl6V4 and copper alloys. Supportless printing with Free Float capability provides maximum design freedom and reduces the need for support structures and post-processing time by up to 90%. SLM. Quality performs efficient and robust quality assurance with documentation, process qualification and part certification with the ability to generate a “2-click” quality report, fully document process data and validate part quality.

Driving the development of this innovative new system was the customer’s need to produce larger components made from high temperature materials that can withstand the extreme performance demands in the defense, space and military industries. ‘aviation. The NXG XII 600 is the epitome of a production system in that it is 20 times faster than a single-laser system and 5 times faster than a quad-laser system, resulting in the lowest cost lowest possible for automotive and energy end-use parts in addition to the above.

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Bosch has developed the MVP 3D printer, based on BIAM pellet extrusion https://vostoktelecom.ru/bosch-has-developed-the-mvp-3d-printer-based-on-biam-pellet-extrusion/ Sat, 05 Nov 2022 12:23:33 +0000 https://vostoktelecom.ru/bosch-has-developed-the-mvp-3d-printer-based-on-biam-pellet-extrusion/ Stay up to date with everything happening in the wonderful world of AM through our LinkedIn community. The Bosch Group has shown growing interest in additive manufacturing over the past few years. The company owns Dremel (a pioneer of educational desktop 3D printers), it has made strategic investments in/formed strategic partnerships with companies such as […]]]>
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The Bosch Group has shown growing interest in additive manufacturing over the past few years. The company owns Dremel (a pioneer of educational desktop 3D printers), it has made strategic investments in/formed strategic partnerships with companies such as Arris, Anisoprint and BigRep, it has acquired 3D printers (from basic Ultimakers to SLM Solutions industrial systems) and its ceramics divisions, Bosch Advanced Ceramics has made strides in offering technical ceramic 3D printing capabilities. Bosch Industrial Additive Manufacturing, aka BIAM, has unveiled a product known (for now) as the MVP – (Minimum Viable Product) 3D printer, a 3D printer based on a pellet extrusion process that uses materials pellets widely available.

The weirdest thing about all of this is that while the system was apparently released in June 2022, very few people seem to know about it and no media outlets have reported the story yet. The reason for this is that the 3D printer MVP is going to be launched as a Minimum Viable Product (MVP), for a select group of customers, in early 2023, as revealed by Alex Voigt, Industrial Design Engineer at industrial additive manufacturing Bosch, on its LinkedIn page.

Voigt added that the system will be able to print with “almost any injection molding material (plastic pellets) [and be used to] produce prototypes […] use the same material as in subsequent production and even reduce costs at the same time? Or produce a small series in a specific material widely used in industry such as PA66 or PA66 GF35.

So what can potentially interested parties expect from this new 3D printer MVP? Bosch Industrial Additive Manufacturing describes its 3D printer “as the next step in industrial manufacturing and capable of directly using industrial pellets as a printing material”. The company has developed its own pellet extrusion process combined with a customer-focused business model with the goal of enabling customers to get straight into 3D printing using common but sustainable industrial materials. As part of this effort, the 3D printer MVP will provide features usable by early customers who can provide feedback based on their needs.

Some highlights of the MVP 3D printer are the features and services that already come with the 3D printer. Initially, it will start from three different industrial materials (PA66 GF30, PA12, PLA) for the first version. The printer has two extruders and can print one material at a time. In the next step, it will be able to handle two different materials simultaneously and add the ability to use support material as well. The build volume of the system amounts to 420 x 420 x 420mm with the ability to extrude up to 350°C and heat the build plate up to 120°C. The build rate starts at 8cc/h and Bosch said it will increase with the next update.

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Much more than the printer https://vostoktelecom.ru/much-more-than-the-printer/ Thu, 03 Nov 2022 14:43:00 +0000 https://vostoktelecom.ru/much-more-than-the-printer/ BOSTON, November 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The centerpiece of additive manufacturing has always been the 3D printer; The industry has been built on a foundation of different printing technologies, each with its own strengths and weaknesses, capabilities and limitations, and most compatible applications. In fact, in IDTechEx’s latest “3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing 2023-2033: Technology […]]]>

BOSTON, November 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The centerpiece of additive manufacturing has always been the 3D printer; The industry has been built on a foundation of different printing technologies, each with its own strengths and weaknesses, capabilities and limitations, and most compatible applications. In fact, in IDTechEx’s latest “3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing 2023-2033: Technology and Market Outlook” report, more than thirty different 3D printing technologies were analyzed on technical parameters such as build rate, resolution, price, etc., to establish their individual performance. among other printing technologies. It is important to note that the unique characteristics of each type of technology help develop the 3D printing industry by making new applications accessible for additive manufacturing.

3D ecosystem. Source: IDTechEx

However, with so much focus on 3D printers, it can be easy to lose sight of the many other important industries that make 3D printing possible, especially industrial additive manufacturing. It takes an entire ecosystem, including materials, software, post-processing, quality assurance, services, specialized training, and more, for 3D printing to be used in high-intensity industries and applications. added value. It is the maturation of all aspects of AM that is driving its increased adoption by end users.

In this article, IDTechEx will present some important elements of the AM ecosystem and discuss developments in these areas to see how other parts of the 3D printing industry are evolving.

Materials

Historically, 3D printed parts have struggled to compete with conventionally manufactured parts (i.e. machined parts, injection molded parts, etc.) partly because of their mechanical and material performance. weaker. Therefore, significant efforts are being made by 3D printing companies (including material suppliers like BASF and Arkema) to address these shortcomings from a materials perspective. One of the most popular approaches to improving performance is reinforcements like carbon and glass fibers; a more advanced class of reinforcements are nanocarbon fillers like graphene and carbon nanotubes, which are beginning to be incorporated into commercial 3D printing materials. Another approach is to make high-performance but hard-to-process materials like high-temperature thermoplastics and foams more printable. It is important to recognize that different printing technologies require different material enhancements to optimize overall performance. A more in-depth discussion of 3D printing materials market developments can be found in IDTechEx’s report “3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing 2023-2033: Technology and Market Outlook”.

Post treatment

Post-processing refers to the step(s) performed after 3D printing to complete the manufacturing of a single part. This is often the last or penultimate step of the additive manufacturing process (the last step can be quality assurance). Post-treatment for AF includes a set of techniques; some are specific to AM (ie support removal, depowdering), while others are used in other manufacturing processes (ie surface finishing, metal annealing treatments). Some post-processing techniques are required after printing, while others are optional but often performed to improve certain aspects of the printed part (i.e. mechanical performance, appearance, etc.) .

As 3D printing is increasingly used for medium to high volume parts, post-processing becomes increasingly essential to make printed parts suitable for end-use applications. To meet this need, several companies specializing in AM post-processing, such as DyeMansion, AMT, and PostProcess Technologies, produce post-processing equipment capable of processing larger volumes of parts. These machines are designed to process a large number of parts and to be as automated as possible to reduce the overall production time of 3D printed parts. The rapid growth of these companies over the past five years, along with their growing partnerships with established printer manufacturers, makes post-processing an interesting AM-related sector to watch over the next decade.

Software

As a digital manufacturing technique, 3D printing integrates software into every step of the production process. To help extend the reach of AM to end users, the most popular goal of 3D printing software development is to make it easier for end users to adopt AM. For example, companies like Xerox are developing software tools to advise end users on which parts are best suited to transition to 3D printing; such software attempts to streamline the adoption process by removing the need for any engineering consulting to identify the best places for AM in an organization. At the design stage, software start-ups like nTopology and ParaMatters produce tools to help create complex geometries for 3D printing, while others like Ansys produce simulation software to test the performance of printed parts. in 3D even before manufacturing.

After printing, inspection and quality assurance software compares 3D scans of the manufactured part to the original 3D model to identify discrepancies and defects, a critical step for parts used in highly regulated industries like aerospace and healthcare. Throughout the production process, workflow management software, such as those offered by 3YOURMIND, AMFG and AM-Flow, is needed to monitor the status of a given print project, from ordering to shipments. finals; this becomes especially critical when handling large volumes of prints, which many 3D printing companies aspire to do.

In other words, simplified and easy-to-learn software is needed at every stage of the 3D printing production process to enable increased AM adoption. This need is recognized throughout the industry, particularly by investors; around US$125 million had been invested in companies related to 3D printing software in 2021. Additionally, two of the top 10 fundraisers in the AM industry in 2021 were software companies – nTopology ($65 million in series D) and Oqton ($40 million in series A, pre-acquisition by 3D Systems). IDTechEx expects this investment trend to continue in 2022, as 21% of private funding for AM companies in the first half of 2022 went to 3D software companies (up from 2021).

Services

Decades of the industry following the same business strategy have highlighted the difficulties inherent in selling printers to end users. The biggest barrier to entry is that customers have to find the budget for expensive printers and consumables that cost hundreds of thousands of dollars and hundreds of dollars per kilogram, respectively. When purchasing a 3D printer is not profitable or a hard sell for customers, service providers play an important role in providing access to 3D printing without requiring end users to have the know-how technical or expensive equipment and materials needed to operate AM printers.

It is worth noting here the growing number of service providers with their own proprietary printing technology. Rather than selling the printers using their proprietary technology like traditional 3D printer manufacturers, they have chosen a different business strategy in which they keep their proprietary printing technology in-house to produce parts for customers. In this way, in-house production companies using their own proprietary technology like 3DEO, Holo and Bond3D are like vertically integrated OEMs. With this business model, these companies bypass many of the traditional barriers to adoption that come with bringing a new printing technology to market. Growth from service providers such as the ones mentioned is contributing to the expansion of a very important part of the 3D printing ecosystem, lowering the barriers to entry for end users exploring AM.

Market forecast for additive manufacturing

IDTechEx’s new report “3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing 2023-2033: Technology and Market Outlook” carefully segments the market into eighty different forecast lines across seventeen different technology categories, four major material categories and eight material subcategories. This Hardware and Hardware forecast analyzes future installations, Hardware unit sales, Hardware revenue, Hardware mass demand, and Hardware revenue. Additionally, IDTechEx provides comprehensive technology benchmarking studies, reviews and case studies of critical application areas, detailed discussion of ancillary areas of the AM industry, and in-depth market and economic analysis. Finally, IDTechEx carefully dissects the positive and negative effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting supply chain disruptions on the 3D printing market. Check out the IDTechEx report for more insights into this market, including 125 profiles based on interviews with market leaders and start-ups, technology comparison studies, business model analysis, and granular market forecasts on 10 years..

For more information about this report, including sample downloadable pages, please visit www.IDTechEx.com/3DP. For the full 3D printing research portfolio available from IDTechEx, please visit www.IDTechEx.com/Research/3D.

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Epson Ecotank L6270 multifunction printer review – Take it home https://vostoktelecom.ru/epson-ecotank-l6270-multifunction-printer-review-take-it-home/ Mon, 31 Oct 2022 09:20:15 +0000 https://vostoktelecom.ru/epson-ecotank-l6270-multifunction-printer-review-take-it-home/ Ask anyone at Things if they can rate a printer and the answer is a worried “Yes”. That’s because while it’s perfectly possible to see one again, it’s not much fun. Printers are still less sexy than any other technology. Still, some, like the Epson Ecotank L6270 we had for review, have their moments. The […]]]>

Ask anyone at Things if they can rate a printer and the answer is a worried “Yes”. That’s because while it’s perfectly possible to see one again, it’s not much fun. Printers are still less sexy than any other technology. Still, some, like the Epson Ecotank L6270 we had for review, have their moments.

The Epson Ecotank L6270 is a multifunction printer. It’s the kind of thing you buy if you want to print, scan or photocopy using one machine. They used to build fax capability into these things once upon a time, but that’s a thing of the past. Unless you’re in Japan, anyway. It’s primarily a printer, but instead of cartridges, you refill it with small bottles of ink. It’s cheaper, we are told.

Configuration successful

Aside from price, which we’ll come to, the main factor when considering a printer is how easy it is to set up. Epson’s entry can be screwed up, but if that happens, it’s your fault. You must really try to mess up the initial setup. There are remarkably few moving parts inside the box – it’s just the printer, a power cable and four shrink-wrapped ink bottles. There’s a bottle of cyan, magenta, and yellow, and two black inks, because that’s the one you’re most likely to use.

Remove all the tape used to protect your piece of black plastic and turn it on and you will be greeted with very clear instructions. Everything from connecting to networks, filling ink tanks and aligning printheads is taken care of in clear, concise steps. The process takes a while – it looks like the ink tank needs a bit of preparation before it’s ready to go. By then the Ecotank L6270 will have realized that it needs a firmware update. You can opt out of this, but your printer will not appear on the network until you do. Don’t fight the inevitable (or upgrade when shedding is pending).

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Initial setup can be done via the traditional LCD screen and a series of buttons. Epson has made the process as painless as possible on this front. If you feel the need for something more modern, there’s an app too. Called the Epson Smart Panel, it handles the initial setup, but it’s also used to print directly from your smartphone. It’s not a feature we really need since our devices like to sync at every opportunity, but it could have its uses. Maybe you just don’t want to start your laptop or something.

Smart Panel will not win any design awards. It looks about as attractive as you’d expect from a print app. However, it is functional and does not get in the way too often. It’s always nice to see. Most of the time, however, you’ll end up printing from your desktop. There are no surprises and there is no software to install. We think. Surprisingly, there was a real CD included with the Epson Ecotank L6270. We have no idea what’s on it. Things haven’t seen an optical drive in years. Since the printer worked just fine without it, it’s probably nothing major.

To print. It’s a wrap

Ecotank L6270 4Which brings us to the most important part of it all – how does the Ecotank print? In a word? Slowly. But that’s if you hammer it with full-color, double-sided images designed to squeeze the ever-loving shit out of the ink tanks in as little time as possible. If you print documents with the occasional colored letterhead, you can expect a much faster response. Yet, being an inkjet, the Ecotank L6270 is not designed for mass printing. Don’t expect the kind of crisp, smoky pages you get from toner-based printers. It will not arrive.

But it will last. We produced about 200 color pages and managed to knock the tanks down by about 20%. It looks a lot worse than it actually is, though. Most home prints include a lot more white space on the page. Our test files were more or less industrial prints made via inkjet.

Overall quality is about as good as your source material, with the usual inkjet hitches. Prints on standard A4 paper will never be transparent, but the reproduction of fine detail is good enough for you to see what we are printing. It’s not a photo printer, but it doesn’t try to be either.

Verdict Epson Ecotank L6270

The problem with printers like these is that they are more expensive upfront. In the long run, you’ll end up saving money on ink. This is especially the case if you plan to print anything in bulk. School notes and household management documents can chew up a good chunk of that precious liquid. If you’re replacing cartridges at R450 a pop, it gets terribly expensive. But opting for an R8 500 printer to have the option of getting ink refills for between R200 (for color) and R400 (black) a bottle only makes sense if you have the money up front . However, the prospect of cheaper ink refills may not be for everyone. If you’re on a budget, you might just take the ink cartridge route because it’s affordable. at present. Which is a shame. The Epson Ecotank L6270 is by no means an office machine, but it’s a decent piece of kit to have around the house.

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Bitdefender wants to help you secure your office printer https://vostoktelecom.ru/bitdefender-wants-to-help-you-secure-your-office-printer/ Fri, 28 Oct 2022 15:18:13 +0000 https://vostoktelecom.ru/bitdefender-wants-to-help-you-secure-your-office-printer/ Bitdefender has announced a new partnership with Sharp Electronics that will see it provide the company’s printer with built-in anti-malware protection technology. A press release from the two companies says the new collaboration is designed to prevent cybercriminals from planting malware, stealing intellectual property and launching espionage campaigns. As enterprises continue to invest in smart, […]]]>

Bitdefender has announced a new partnership with Sharp Electronics that will see it provide the company’s printer with built-in anti-malware protection technology.

A press release from the two companies says the new collaboration is designed to prevent cybercriminals from planting malware, stealing intellectual property and launching espionage campaigns.

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Anker’s first 3D printer is up for pre-order and it’s already impressed me https://vostoktelecom.ru/ankers-first-3d-printer-is-up-for-pre-order-and-its-already-impressed-me/ Mon, 24 Oct 2022 21:32:00 +0000 https://vostoktelecom.ru/ankers-first-3d-printer-is-up-for-pre-order-and-its-already-impressed-me/ What is happening After the success of its Kickstarter campaign, Anker’s first 3D printer, the M5, is available for pre-order. We spent some time with him and offer our first impressions here. why is it important Anker is a well-known brand outside of the 3D printing community, which can help attract new people. It is […]]]>

What is happening

After the success of its Kickstarter campaign, Anker’s first 3D printer, the M5, is available for pre-order. We spent some time with him and offer our first impressions here.

why is it important

Anker is a well-known brand outside of the 3D printing community, which can help attract new people. It is also much faster than many 3D printers on the market.

And after

The 3D printer is available for pre-order today (October 24, 2022) and costs $799 in the US and £749 in the UK.

When Anker is the first announced that it was making a 3D printer I was skeptical. I’ve always liked Anker’s products, but there was certainly no guarantee that a company known for making phone accessories and batteries could make a good 3D printer from the start. Well, after using the AnkerMake M5 for the last two weeks, I can confirm: not only can Anker produce a 3D printer, but it can make a very promising one.

The AnkerMake M5 was initially launched as a Kickstarter campaign and successfully raised $8 million in funding. These backers will get their printers this week, so Anker is now ready to let the public buy them too. If you are heading towards the AnkerMake website you can pre-order the M5 for $799 (£749 in the UK), with the full launch live on 1 December. If you pre-order now, you also get two rolls of AnkerMake filament and a 64GB USB flash drive at no additional cost. .

First impressions of the AnkerMake M5

I’ve been playing with AnkerMake for a few weeks, and what follows is more of my first impressions (based on about 50 hours of printing) rather than a full review. You will also notice a bit of a skull theme on my prints. I have two 20-somethings in my household who both love skull iconography, and it just so happens to be seasonally appropriate too. Most of them are from Hex3d’s Patreon if you want to find them.

Hex3d Green Frankenstein Skull

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The first thing you notice about the AnkerMake is how easy it is to put together. A few screws to secure the gantry to the base are really all you need to do before you can plug it in and get started. The screen guides you through the setup, including installing the app on your phone, and jumps straight to the automatic upgrade procedure. It’s incredibly easy to get started, even if you’ve never used a 3D printer before.

Built-in Wi-Fi is something few 3D printers have, and those that do tend to be a bit patchy in how well it works. I’d like to say that AnkerMake is bucking this trend, but – based on my early experiences – it’s not. The printer often loses a connection, requiring you to run the entire setup again on the app. It’s a pain, but when it works, it saves a lot of going back and forth with USB sticks.

Is the print quality good on the AnkerMake M5?

The CNET torture test in blue

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As you can see in the OG CNET torture test, which is based on our old logo, the M5 does a great job on quality. Dimensional accuracy is excellent and overhang and bridging tests print extremely well. The only part that wasn’t the best was the two pointy towers. These were a bit wobbly and had strings due to the increased speed of the print.

All of the skulls came out extremely beautiful and – depending on the material we used – the layer lines were even and clean all over. Even when printing some of the smaller skulls, like the Corinthian skull planters, detail was crisp with consistent layer lines throughout.

As far as quality goes, I’d rate the M5 about what you’d expect from a printer at this price point. But the AnkerMake has something up its sleeve that most $800 printers don’t: ridiculous speed.

What is the actual speed of the AnkerMake M5?

Purple and blue skull with slightly damaged eyes

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The M5 boasts speeds of 250 millimeters per second with a maximum acceleration of 2,500 mm/s. Compare that to the competition: most best 3d printers print at around 50-80mm/s out of the box. On paper, the M5 should be around four to five times faster. Although it’s not quite a leap, the difference can be considerable.

I put the same model in two different printer slicers using the same settings – the AnkerMake and Prusa Mk3’s PrusaSlicer. PrusaSlicer showed that the print would take 27 hours and 13 minutes, which isn’t bad for the size of the print in question. But the AnkerMake software showed that it would only take 11 hours and 17 minutes to print the same model, less than half the time.

Camera-ready prints

A fisheye camera, on the AnkerMake M5

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Anker has made a big deal on the AI-enabled camera on the M5. It gives you a side view of your model as it prints, which you can access from anywhere. Even while I was shopping I could check the progress and see if there were any mistakes. The AI ​​part is supposed to detect the failure of your print and then warn you, or even pause the print if the failure is serious. This kind of worked but often gave me a false positive when someone walked past the camera, or if the table wobbled a bit too much. It’s a good idea that I think will improve with firmware updates, but at the moment it’s a bit hit and miss.

A nice perk is that the M5 will record a timeslot of every print you make and save it to your app, ready to share with the world. It might not be a professional time-lapse, and the angle isn’t always perfect, but it works well enough for TikTok (although I wish there was a portrait option for media social).

Final thoughts (for now)

Tricolor Filament Sugar Skull

James Bricknell/CNET

What’s truly amazing with AnkerMake is that it can print at the speeds it’s got while still producing the same quality as most printers in its price range; it just does it in half the time. That doesn’t mean it’s perfect. In addition to the Wi-Fi issues mentioned above, I found that at full speed I needed to use more padding. Without it, there would be gaps in certain areas that the filament couldn’t fill fast enough. But new technology requires new thinking, so I’m sure I can modify it to produce even better results.

I think the speed alone justifies the cost of pre-ordering the AnkerMake M5, but you can wait for our full review if you want a closer look at this alluring 3D printer.

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Network Printer Server Scope, Size and Market Share 2022 https://vostoktelecom.ru/network-printer-server-scope-size-and-market-share-2022/ Fri, 21 Oct 2022 15:14:00 +0000 https://vostoktelecom.ru/network-printer-server-scope-size-and-market-share-2022/ Network Printer Server Market 2022 Network Printer Server Market Scope and Overview Report 2022 The purpose of this research is to examine both potential revenue streams and the competitive landscape. Surveys are conducted on all aspects of the market ecology, including technological developments, applications and end users, product offerings, government frameworks, and projected market growth. […]]]>

Network Printer Server Market 2022

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