Printing revolution

Two students at the Delft University of Technology have developed a printer that does not need ink:

Though their printer only produces black and white pages, the inventors argue that 80 percent of printing is black and white.


12 thoughts on “Printing revolution”

            1. Well, if we really want to settle space, we need machines who could print 100% of their own parts. This reduces the amount of stuff we need to shoot into space.

              And we need humans to design the stuff a 3d printer makes, besides of itself. A 3d printer which only prints itself is anything but useful.

              1. I see your point, mass unemployment (and all negative consequences of it) seems to be inevitable by th ’30s. Nevertheless, this tech needs to be developed on Earth before it can be used in space.

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