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September 13th, 2007

Research in action: tomorrow's technology

Abstract:
The latest nanotechnology is behind Inkski's printers capable of operating at about 20 times the speed of a conventional inkjet machine.
Minute dots of ink are arranged on a tiny spinning cylinder and then fired onto the paper using a laser.

Quality is on a par with professional offset printing, but can be done in a fraction of the time because an entire publication can be produced in one go. Inkski says the development is equivalent to the machine gun superseding the rifle.

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