We reviewed the PostersPrinting service a while back which will turn your photos into posters. Here’s a take on that idea: DIY software, ProPoster, that lets you print the poster components yourself, glue not included! Before you jump on the ProPoster idea thinking it’s cheaper, keep in mind that this is more suited for when… Continue reading Make your own posters with ProPoster software
Endicia/Dymo has a new combination product for printing USPS postage from the comfort of your own home. Called Printable Postage, its 2 main components are a free piece of software for Windows/Mac and the Printable Postage sheets. You also need an Endicia/Dymo account where you can buy USPS postage for printing to the sheets.
Although 3D printing technology has been around for some time now, it is still many years away from home consumption as the printers are much too expensive. However, there are companies like Shapeways that offer this an outsourced service for consumers. Head over to Shapeways.com to design and order your very own full-color high resolution… Continue reading Shapeways 3D prints models you design
If you don’t already have a WiFi-connected printer, and would like to locate your printer away from your home router, how do you do that? Well, Belkin has a solution called Home Base that is a Wireless 802.11n Access Point that you can plug in your printer and/or other USB/1 wired Ethernet device(s) and voila,… Continue reading Belkin Home Base Wireless-N Access Point – Network Share Your Printer, Other USB Devices
This week saw us yearning after some ‘appliance 2.0’ technology including ‘connected’ washers/dryers and a freezer failure sensor kit. We reviewed a poster printing service which we thought was pretty good. The Easy iPod Media Sharer‘s name says it all – useful family gadget. We do love our Gmail; their new lab is cool –… Continue reading GfG’s Article Recap for Week Ending May 29, 2009
A few years ago we ran an article about the future of 3D printing, and how it could eventually end up as a consumer-grade possibility. Price-wise, this may still be restricted to small businesses at best, but 3D printing is a reality today. Enter the Alaris 30 by Objet, an Israeli company that specializes in… Continue reading Objet’s Alaris 30 Printer – the latest in 3-D Printing