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Canon IVY CLIQ2 and CLIQ+2 cameras print circle photo stickers

Canon IVY CLIQ2 and CLIQ+2 cameras print circle photo stickers

Canon revealed two new cameras today, both with the ability to instantly print stickers of images they've captured. One goes by the name Canon IVY CLIQ+2, the other is called IVY CLIQ2. That's not confusing at all, is it? These "instant camera printer" devices will work with a new sort of pre-cut circle sticker paper, too.

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Amazon Alexa Print lets you easily print out your shopping list

Amazon Alexa Print lets you easily print out your shopping list

Despite living in a mostly digital age, there always comes a time when we end up having to print something. It isn't always a smooth and uneventful experience, especially when you discover only then and there that you don't have enough ink left in the first place. If would definitely be grand if you could simply command your printer to do that for you. If you have an Amazon Echo, you now can, well, sort of.

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Peopoly Phemon XXL is far, far larger than your 3D printer

Peopoly Phemon XXL is far, far larger than your 3D printer

This week's most massive 3D printer made for consumers is the Peopoly Phenom XXL. Much like Phenom printers released in the last few years, this printer is large - but this one's even bigger than the most massive printer Phenom's made before. Peopoly saw that people enjoyed being able to 3D print objects on a large scale... so they dared to go bigger!

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Polaroid Hi-Print revives the retro dream without ink

Polaroid Hi-Print revives the retro dream without ink

There's a tiny pocket-sized printer in the mix this week, made to print your photos in a moment without ink. The device is called the Polaroid Hi-Print and it'll "print" your photos with a dye-sublimation process for ultimate ease of use. What's more - each photo printed doubles as a sticker.

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Windows 10 June 2020 breaks printing even to PDFs

Windows 10 June 2020 breaks printing even to PDFs

The big May 2020 update for Windows 10 seemed to be relatively uneventful, aside from a few issues Microsoft was at least upfront about. Lo and behold a month later, a cumulative update undoes that almost spotless record. Microsoft's support forums are now filled with complaints from users suddenly unable to print on any brand of printer. Curiously enough, it even affects printers that are "printing" a document into a PDF file.

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LOTMAXX SC-10 SHARK 3D printer knows how to keep cool and keep on printing

LOTMAXX SC-10 SHARK 3D printer knows how to keep cool and keep on printing

If you haven't heard much about 3D printers in the news for a while, it's not because they've gone out of fashion. It's just that they have become that common, at least for companies, schools, and a few individuals that can afford them. 3D printers aren't cheap, especially the good ones. That's why Shenzhen-based LOTMAXX is working to make mid-high-end 3D printers more accessible and its hottest new product, the LOTMAXX SC-10 SHARK, might also be its coolest, literally.

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Phenom by Peopoly 3D printer Review: Massive and delicate

Phenom by Peopoly 3D printer Review: Massive and delicate

The Phenom by Peopoly is a $2k MSLA (LCD+LED) light-cured resin 3D printer with a big orange panel door. This device prints 3D objects with liquid resin, activated with lights - it pulls the print up from the goo, rather than printing the print from the bottom to the top with a melted line of material. This printer has been two things to me thus far: The easiest experience I've had with a 3D printer, and the deliverer of the most detailed final print quality I've yet seen in a personal 3D Printer (at 72 um).

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3D printing saves lives in coronavirus supply line breakdown

3D printing saves lives in coronavirus supply line breakdown

As supply lines break and effects of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) become real, non-traditional fixes for problems have begun to appear. One Northern Italy hospital needed valves for a "reanimation device" on Friday of last week due to an extreme up-tick in cases thanks to COVID-19. The supplier of these parts had no way of getting fast replacements. A local 3D printing group stepped up and made the possibility of quick resupply a reality.

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3D-Printed 3D Scanner made to work with your phone

3D-Printed 3D Scanner made to work with your phone

An Arduino-based 3D scanner was created by an industrious 3D printing enthusiast and released open source this week for all to enjoy. This open source project was made to take out the most time-consuming component of the 3D scan process, giving said process instead to an Android phone combined with 3D-printed parts, a cheap motor, and an Arduino. This is not the first time such a system has been attempted, but it does appear to be the most complete and ready-to-roll system to date.

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Google Cloud Print will join the graveyard by end of 2020

Google Cloud Print will join the graveyard by end of 2020

Another one bites the dust but at least Google is giving users a little over a year to brace themselves. Google has just "announced" that its Google Cloud Print facility will no longer be in operation come January 1, 2021 and it encourages users and developers to use other means to print stuff, referring to each platform's native printing features. Given what Cloud Print enabled users to do, however, it almost feels like a step back to 2010.

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Polaroid PlaySmart 3D Printer released in USA at JOANN

Polaroid PlaySmart 3D Printer released in USA at JOANN

The United States' "leading craft and fabric retailer" JOANN has a new 3D printer on store shelves called the Polaroid PlaySmart. Before you go buying this just-released 3D printer for your friends, associates, or family members this holiday season, take a peek at a few of the details here and get to know the device a bit better. This device might be a bargain - or it might just be a bust - we shall see!

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Epson WorkForce WF-110 mobile color printer fits in a briefcase

Epson WorkForce WF-110 mobile color printer fits in a briefcase

Epson has unveiled its WorkForce WF-110, a wireless color printer designed for use while away from the office. This printer is claimed to be the smallest wireless color printer available -- it can fit within an ordinary backpack or briefcase, making it uniquely suitable for travel. Despite its small size, the model can print at a high resolution using a rechargeable battery.

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