Let’s be honest, if our printer could really churn out money at the press of a button, we’d be buying printer ink cartridges by the dozens, and at Cartridge Monkey’s low prices, we’d save even more of our manufactured money to spend on ourselves.
Printers look very much like, well, any other printer, however all that may be about to change. Artefact’s designer, Jonus Buck, has designed a new and revolutionary printer concept that could change the world of printing.
Following on from our recent blog about the future of 3D printers being used to create ears, the print world has discovered another innovative way for printing technology to help the world of medicine.
According to BBC News Science and Environment department, the latest advancement in 3D printing is quite literally printed music to medical ears. The latest progress in 3D printers means that doctors may soon be able to repair damaged skin, cartilage and bones using these advanced printing methods.
We’re all aware of how many advances scientists make in such short spaces of time. The first mobile phone I had 15 years ago was only mobile in the sense that it was so big, if I put it into a wheelbarrow, I could move it around. Now, I’ve got a mobile phone so small that it gets easily lost behind a credit card in my jacket pocket.
A 63 year old American, Joan Ginther, has been dubbed the most lucky woman on planet earth, having collected her fourth multi-million dollar scratch card win in eighteen years. Since her first win of £3.3m in 1993, she has collected subsequent jackpots of £1.4m, £2m and a whopping £6.2m…