A dirty printer can cause a number of unwanted issues. Accumulated dust, gunk, toner and other particles can cause spotty print jobs and paper jams. Clogged inkjet printer head nozzles can also wreak their own kind of havoc on the quality of your print jobs and can negatively impact the life of your printer.» Read Article
What you don't know about printer paper can't hurt you. But it could hurt your printer, and it can certainly make or break the quality of your print jobs.
The desire to "go green" has resulted in the development of ecologically sound technologies that help lighten carbon emissions while chopping away at the overuse of resources.
Here are three helpful security tips that you can put into action today to ensure your wireless multifunction printer isn't leaving a gaping hole for hackers and would-be identity thieves to creep through.
The desire to reduce paper waste isn't just about being environmentally conscious. It's also about cutting expenses.
Too many in the enterprise fail to realize is that even those that jealously guard printer trays and enforce prudent shred bin practices can still be wide open to attack as a result of poor wireless security measures.
What started out as something of a gimmicky novelty has turned to serious business in recent years, 3-D printing is poised to revolutionize just about everything.
We take a look at how things stand in 3-D printing.
Finding a low-cost quality laser printer isn't impossible. In fact, there are a vast variety of printers out there that can meet your needs without requiring you to dig deep into your pockets.
Printers these days come in varying shapes, price points and capabilities. Picking the right one can be difficult. To help you out, here are the most important questions you should ask that will help you find the best printer for your needs.
Get a jump on your printer purchasing research with our updated list of the most popular printers, based on reader clicks and views last month (June 2013).
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Stratasys announced last night that it has signed a merger agreement with MakerBot bringing together two major players in the 3D printing industry.
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