Today is Wednesday again ad we bring another addition to our blog, “Ink in the Water”. Today we will be looking at black ink in the water. In some ways, black ink in the water lacks the clarity of color found with other colors in the water, as seen in last week’s post of “Magenta Ink in Water”. However, Black ink does have a majesty found in water that all other colors lack, especially in the contrast. Black ink gains dimension through the shades of grey and abstract forms. Black ink in water often looks like the famous Rorschach Test, more commonly known as the “ink blot test”. Continue reading “Black Ink In Water” »
We supply remanufactured in cartridges at Ink Technologies. Remanufactured ink cartridges is a way to recycle and reuse old cartridges to both lower the cost of ink cartridges, as well as helping effect the environment in a positive way. The primary difference between an original equipment manufacturer, such as HP, Canon, Epson, Brother, Dell, Lexmark, etc., is that remanufactured ink cartridges are much more affordable. Ink Technologies can make use of all inkjet cartridges to provide the best equipment, supplies, and services to our clients.
Wednesday’s on Facebook, we share pictures in a series we have named, “Ink in Water”. This week we will be looking at magenta ink in water. Magenta ink cartridges are one of the four basic ink cartridges of an inkjet printer, along with cyan, yellow, and key – which is the industry name for black ink. Magenta ink cartridges are available from our website for a host of printer manufacturers and models, as well as standalone magenta ink cartridges or part of set, depending on your specific company needs.
For the pictures this week, we have chosen a small variety of beautiful magenta ink in water. Magenta truly blossoms in the water, taking on a form of a natural wave of the ocean, or perhaps the delicate beauty of a flower. Continue reading “Magenta Ink in Water” »
So let’s return to the source with some terrific BH&G ideas for Easter!
The first doubles as one of the most adorable crafts you’ll ever see and a conservation/recycling effort!
We’re actually beginning to realize that the answer to that question might be a resounding “No!”
Take the three minutes to watch this video from Climate Desk, which envisions 3D Printing alleviating any ill effects from climate change, rapidly deploying technology and supplies to soldiers on a battlefield and keeping supply chains up and running in the wake of natural disasters: Continue reading “Is There Anything 3D Printing Can’t Do?” »
And when the Wall Street Journal catches on to 3D Printing…well, then you know it’s officially arrived. Continue reading “The Wall Street Journal and Mainstreaming 3D Printing” »
We don’t have much more to say on that topic because it’s Spring and it’s awesome and we don’t want to see Winter again for a long, long time.
The cool thing about it, aside from everything else, is that this year it happened to fall on a Wednesday. And if you’re with us on Facebook, you know that means it’s “Wednesday Ink in Water” day!
So in honor of the vernal equinox having arrived this year, we wanted simply to round up a few of the past Ink in Water Wednesday photographs for your viewing enjoyment.
Viewing outside with your feet in the grass, perhaps sipping a lemonade or iced tea while listening to the spring birds sing, is entirely optional (but strongly recommended):
Continue reading “Spring!” »
It’s as good a time as any to go Green!
It’s hard to come up with a “new” list of tips for making your home and office more environmentally friendly; most tips are and have been posted thousands of times.
But we suppose the value comes in simply repeating the mantra as often as possible, to yourself and your colleagues in the hopes that eventually, the suggestions will sink in and the routine will begin.
Continue reading “Tips for Going Green for St. Patrick’s Day!” »