We would never have believed that criminals could think of so many ingenious but dishonest ways to make money from their printers and ink cartridges.
Largeformatreview.com has reported some great news for printer manufacturer Hewlett Packard.
Two HP printers, HP DesignJet T2300 eMultifunction Printer and the HP DesignJet T7100 have won the most prestigious awards from the Business Equipment Research & Test Laboratories (BERTL) and Buyer’s Laboratory Inc (BLI).
BBC’s TopGear have reported that the world’s first 3D printed car has been assembled, using parts that were printed out on a high-tech 3D printer.
Printers are an essential part of our everyday lives. Whether we are printing letters at home, whether the kids are printing off their homework, or whether we’re printing off business reports at work, most of us use our printers on a daily basis.
We’ve recently brought you exciting news about the endless capabilities of using 3D printers. From food and chocolate printers to human organ printers, the technology for 3D printers is moving faster than James Corden moves through a buffet table.
So it seemed only a matter of time before criminals put the 3D printer to what they know best; scamming money from the unsuspecting public.