Archive for November, 2013

How To Screen Print From Home

Posted Wednesday, November 27th, 2013 by .

How to Screen PrintScreen printing is often thought of as a professional service that requires the use of special equipment to achieve good results. That is no longer the case! With a printer, standard inkjet cartridges, and some planning and materials, and the following infographic, screen printing does not have to be a difficult process. Follow the instructions in the infographic to produce simple screen printed items in the comfort of your own home.

 

 

 

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What is HP Cartridge Protection?

Posted Wednesday, November 20th, 2013 by .

HP Cartridge ProtectionIf you’ve purchased an HP Printer, you might notice that the printer won’t allow you to install your cartridge. Is HP trying to block you from using compatible and remanufactured supplies? Not exactly.

With some new printers, HP introduced a Cartridge Protection feature that is designed to protect against counterfeit products posing as genuine HP supplies. Unfortunately, it often has the side effect of blocking less expensive compatible and remanufactured supplies.

We’ll show you how to disable it with a few simple steps. Continue reading “What is HP Cartridge Protection?” »

Print Your Own Thanksgiving Decorations

Posted Thursday, November 14th, 2013 by .

When is the last time you REALLY decorated for Thanksgiving? If you’re like most people, you probably just put up your Christmas decorations a little early to show off to your family. After all, Thanksgiving decorations would be too expensive, right? Well, we’ve got a better alternative, as we’ve rounded up a collection of decorations you can make at home with your printer and a little craftiness. So save some money, take on a few fun projects, and get ready for Turkey Day! Continue reading “Print Your Own Thanksgiving Decorations” »

3D Printing Human Organs

Posted Tuesday, November 12th, 2013 by .

Printing Liver Tissue

3D printing liver tissue. Image: Organovo.com

The story sounds like something out of a horror movie, or at least a dark science fiction film. Nevertheless, scientists are already using 3D printing technology for printing and testing live tissue with an eye toward replacement organs. While it might sound a bit like a modern reboot of “Frankenstein”, their research could eventually lead to life-saving procedures and shorter organ donor waiting lists. How far are we from printing entire replacement bodies? Continue reading “3D Printing Human Organs” »

Brother Brings Color LED and Mobile Printing to the Home

Posted Thursday, November 7th, 2013 by .

Brother-Color-LEDAre you looking for a better solution for home color printing, or need a better way to connect your mobile devices to your printer? Brother has been busy in the past several months, releasing new affordable LED printers for color printing at home, as well as faster monochrome models. The new iPrint&Scan app turns your smartphone or tablet into a standalone printing station, and even makes scanning that much easier. We’ll take a look at some of the models and technologies in Brother’s current laser and LED lineup. Continue reading “Brother Brings Color LED and Mobile Printing to the Home” »

How to Set Up a Printer on a Mac

Posted Tuesday, November 5th, 2013 by .

Printer and MacSetting up a printer on a Mac is generally quite a bit easier than setting one up on a PC. In most cases, you won’t even need a driver disc, but if you’ve never done it before, you may not know where to start. The big benefit of Mac OS X printing is that the operating system maintains a database of printers, so it can automatically install or download the right software in most cases. We will look at a few different types of printer connection types, and how to set up each type on a Mac. Continue reading “How to Set Up a Printer on a Mac” »

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