Monday, March 26, 2012

A Printer That Erases

Researchers at Cambridge University have developed a new way to recycle paper. reprinted this article from ("the go-to source for new ideas and inspiration") that diagrams and describes a printer that strips ink off the page to render it re-usable.


  1. Wow! its really a pretty exciting news for me. Thanks for sharing the link. Can you tell me about the price of that printer ? I will consider to buy one for my company for Managed Print Services purposes. Thanks again :)

  2. Christina, I think this printer is just in early developmental stages and not on the market,yet. See:

  3. Yeah, the prototype hasn't been built yet. But it's good to have a wish list and be ahead of the competition.