Skip to comments.Israeli Startup Makes World’s First Mobile Printer
Posted on 04/30/2014 1:27:16 PM PDT by Olog-hai
An Israeli startup is poised to bring the printer up to the mobile digital age, by creating a printer that can fit in your pocket.
Matan Caspi and Tuvia Elbaum of the Jerusalem College of Technology (JCT) pioneered the initiative while in college, establishing ZUtA Labs. With the initial funding and support of JCT, the startup succeeded in creating the worlds first ever mini mobile printer.
Print machines nowadays are essentially a print head running on a moving piece of paper, reads a company statement. Why cant we just put the printhead on a set of small wheels and let it run across a piece of paper?
(Excerpt) Read more at israelnationalnews.com ...
Why would I want to go back to using paper?
Paper is for legal documentation of authorization.
More and more only lawyers, bankers, and medical personnel will have any use for it.
Interesting. I’d have to see it work but somebody’s thinking outside the box, at least!
Arabs have invested a murderous cult of death and suicide bomb belts.
They are just gonna use it to 3-D print fences and other impediments and barriers to the freedom-loving Palestinians! They are evil!!
Wasn’t quite that small but the Canon Bubble Jet from 15 years ago fit nicely in a laptop bag (about 4” x 10” x 2”) and produced high quality (for the time) prints on letter sized plain paper.
Or maybe a bicycle that folds up and fits in the trunk of my car... ;’)
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