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Review of the Polaroid Mint Pocket Printer

Instant photo prints are can be great for decorating, scrapbooking, or otherwise sharing your shots with the world. With the help of some 2×3-inch sticky-back paper, sharing physical prints can be just as easy as sharing content on social media sites. Truthfully, these types of pocket printers are really about instant gratification. A couple of years ago, you would’ve had to drop-off your film at …

Mosaic Palette 2 Pro Review & Analysis

Additive manufacturing can be a tricky, complicated process. But complexity has its advantages. With the right adaptations, you can take existing 3D printing infrastructure and make it more. Even with printers that were not specifically designed to be adapted. Great 3D printing can get even tougher when you start to have higher standards for your prints. Especially if you expect precision and detail, not only …

In-Depth Review of the Kodak Portrait 3D Printer

Fused filament fabrication is actually pretty simple. A printing machine takes some material and lays it down. It adds a few more layers, then introduces some heat or adhesion to help fuse those layers into a single piece. How much simpler could it get? The problem is almost just as simple to understand. Layers which are stacked in this manner will be weaker in some …

Canon TS8220 Wireless All in One Review

A printer that does everything isn’t hard to find. The printer industry is fairly competitive, and new models are pushed out every year. Even though you only see truly significant additions every five years or so, even smaller incremental improvements can amount to something greater. Though it’s getting hard to imagine what kind of ways printers may continue to improve, brands like Canon seem to …

Detailed Review of the Lifeprint Ultra Slim 2×3 Photo and Video Printer

Sooner or later, anyone who takes lots of photos will capture something great. Once you have, it’s only natural to want to share your photo with other people. And outside of a darkroom, there’s basically two ways to print your own photos. The first way is with an inkjet printer. You’ll have to sit next to an immobile printer, and unless you’ve already got photo …