New EPSON Expression Premium Small-in-Ones Deliver Superior Image Quality …

LONG BEACH, Calif., Sept. 18, 2012 — /PRNewswire/ — Epson America, Inc. today introduced the EPSON® Expression® Premium XP-800 and XP-600 Small-in-One™ printers for families and technology enthusiasts, designed to deliver superior performance, including both brilliant photos and crisp, sharp text with Epson’s exclusive MicroPiezo® printing technology and Claria® Premium inks. They are also equipped…

Printing Evolves: An Inkjet for Living Tissue

By ROBERT LEE HOTZ Need an artery for bypass surgery or custom cartilage for that worn-out knee? Hit print. Need a new knee? What about an artery for bypass surgery? Some researchers are experimenting with techniques that build human tissue using patients’ own cells. WSJ’s Robert Lee Hotz reports. In about a dozen major university…

Canon to launch five new printers at Photokina

FULL STORY • Five new models – the imagePROGRAF iPF6400, iPF6450, iPF8400, iPF9400 and iPF9400S• Optional new spectrophotometer for imagePROGRAF iPF6450 to deliver optimum image quality and colour management• Models aimed at graphic arts markets – including photographic, fine arts, proofing, signage and production• With launch of new models, Canon becomes first company to use one…

3D printers bring manufacturing home

EARL GREY, HOT: Bre Pettis, co-founder and CEO of Makerbot Industries LLC with three-dimensional printer The Replicator in Brooklyn, New York. Amazon’s new tablet gets tepid reviews Hands on: iPhone 5 What to do with your old iPhone? Who has the iPhone 5 advantage? Researchers get $1m to aid battery project Apple unveils iPhone 5…

Joynt: NASA Focuses on 3D printing for Self-Assembling Spaceship

SpiderFab http://www.space.com/17577-nasa-spacecraft-3d-printing.html Posted: Saturday, September 15, 2012 7:40 pm | Updated: 11:17 pm, Sat Sep 15, 2012. Joynt: NASA Focuses on 3D printing for Self-Assembling Spaceship By Jordan Joynt jordan.joynt@iowastatedaily.com TownNews.com NASA’s project entitled “SpiderFab” proposes the use of 3D printer technology on future missions allowing for the possibility of a spaceship to self-assemble parts…

Need a new pair of shoes? Print them

REUTERS File photo: Dissertation student Jan Torgersen of Vienna University of Technology operates a newly developed 3D laser printer. London – Not so long ago, harried moms and dads would brave the holiday season crowds at the mall to buy those Lego accessories or that Star Wars battle cruiser. Now, with increasingly cheap and easy-to-use…

Q&A: HP’s Bradley Talks Tablet, Apple, Microsoft

Page 1 of 4 Todd Bradley Todd Bradley, executive vice president of Hewlett-Packard’s Printing and Personal Systems group, a $65 billion business, spoke with CRN Vice President and Editorial Director Kelley Damore and Editor News Steven Burke about the company’s new mobility division and the computer giant’s first foray into the tablet market since it…