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Ink Technology, Past and Present

Printer Ink Technology, Past and Present - Since the 1970s health and safety legislation and attention to environmental pollution problems has influenced commercial and technical trends for printer ink quality. Advances in technology also followed changes in printer ink quality. Thom Brown, inkologist or ink experts from Hewlett Packard (HP), spoke about the development of the ink used to be, now and in the future.

Quality has changed so much ink. One of the things I was doing at HP is addressing the speed, how fast we can print?

There is a lot of development in ink technology. First, print activities may be considered good enough just to rely on one or two things, such as the reliability of the print speed and instant dry or durability.

Ink and printing technology now, covering a lot of things.

Ink will continue to be developed so that quality printer ink and more feasible, such as ink design in order to reduce the cost of printing.

"I think the future will hold no development in terms of speed and reliability. Designs ink will continue to evolve in many ways in order to meet performance for demands,"

Common to all the major printing processes has been the demand for inks to improve productivity while maintaining or improving print quality on a diversity of substrates. Helping the printer to exercise economy and efficiency in the use of materials and energy has been another requirement.

Ricoh World's First Laserjet Printer Refill

Ricoh Come First Laser jet Printer Refilling in The Worlds

Ricoh marks the beginning of its presence in the world's market with a series laserjet printer SP-100 and SP-202sn. This is the first in the world laserjet printer that uses the original toner refill.

Ricoh is a Japanese brand has long been in the copier industry. Long experience in the copier industry that continues to bring innovation to the printer laserjet printer refills.

"The quality Ricoh printer technology can be reliable as well as Ricoh copier technology. Ricoh launches laserjet printer which can be refilled due to see the demand or market trends in world's who love love the concept refill," said Ken Tokuhiro, Senior General Manager of Strategic Marketing Ricoh, in a written statement.

Ricoh SP-100 has the capacity to print up to 10,000 sheets of paper a month, while 20,000 sheets for the type of SP-202sn the first sheet print speed of 6 seconds and a print resolution of 1200 x 600 dpi.

Usage fees low because the device is claimed when using the original Ricoh Toner with content of 80 grams can be used to print 2,000 sheets.

Ricoh SP-100 is a laserjet printer black / white with a pretty view. With dimensions of 402 (W) x 368.5 (D) x 119mm (H) and weighs 6.2 kg, so it is said to be the world's thinnest laserjet printer today.

This small size is very supportive work environment because it does not require a large place unlike inkjet or laserjet printer other types.

SP-100 design even awarded the iF Design Award 2013, the highest recognition of the industry related to the design view of the design world forum.

Meanwhile, Ricoh printer SP-202sn an all-in-one that can be used to print, scan, copy, and can connect to wired and wireless networks.

SP-202sn with high-yield cartridge can print 2,600 sheets of A4 size paper and can print as many as 22 sheets per minute with a capacity of 100 sheets of paper. This printer has 402mmx360mmx291mm size (H) and weighs 9.9 kg.

Ricoh printer market presence in the country would add a festive selection of printer users. In Indonesia, the sole distributor of the Pacific Internusa Ricoh printers.

"The market in world's is very good printer, especially its prospects for printer refills. Therefore we are optimistic to sell as many as 10,000 Ricoh printer until the end of 2013," Richard Pallar Umbar, Director of PT Pacific Internusa.

3D printing booths come to Japan

Is the new generation one step forward in the world of photography and print, from the two-dimensional to 3D?

Technology lets us print off shots of our favorite captured moments in 3D printing - three-dimensional portraits, in Japan can now enjoy this technology and  be a considerable commercial trend.

If you want yourself or your family portrait in immortalized with 3D, please visit at the exhibition space Eye of Gyre in Harajuku, Japan. Open from November 24 to January 14 next year.

And and prepare your budget for booking, three sizes are available for each 3D print souvenir; 10cm, 15cm and 20cm for 21,000, 32,000 and 42,000 yen respectively.

Image credit: Omote