Sunday, April 12, 2015

CoLiDo 3D - Bring your imagination to life.

Bring your imagination to life. Explore a new 3D world with CoLiDo. Available from our website

With Filament available in over 40 colours in both PLA and ABS, the only limits are your imagination!

Kinematics Dress by Nervous System - 3D Printed by Shapeways

Design studio Nervous System used 3D printing technology to create a dress customised to fit a woman’s body. The company have called their new design a ‘4D dress’ as similar to fabric, the dress can be compressed and then opened out into its intended shape.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Shine On Harvest Moon

 The coincidence of a full moon or a new moon with its closest approach to the Earth on its elliptical orbit is called a ‘Supermoon’. Appearing larger and brighter than usual and on the 9th September it appeared in the sky as an enormous, glowing orb.

This Supermoon is also known as a ‘Harvest Moon’ because it is the full moon closest to Northern Hemisphere’s autumnal equinox on September 22nd. The tradition is that the bright moon helps light the way for farmers bringing in their crops late into the evening.

Please feel free to print the images above or print your own Supermoon photos with printer ink or toner cartridges from our website

Image Information:

Title: Harvest Moon
Location: Keyworth, Nottingham. UK

Monday, August 04, 2014

Thinking Of Using A Franking Machine? – Here’s A Guide

If you send a lot of mail using a franking machine as opposed to stamped mail will reduce your businesses postage costs dramatically. But how do you set up and use these machines? Here’s a guide to the steps involved in getting your business franking underway.

Setting up your franking machine is usually relatively simple. Most machines install themselves, although some will require an engineer to do it for you, this should be free of charge from your machine supplier.

Before using your machine you need to have a supply of envelopes and franking machine ink cartridges. It’s also advisable to do a ‘test run’ and make yourself aware of the machines functions before spending money on franked mail.

The items to be sent will need to be weighed. Some franking machines come with built in scales and will automatically enter the weight if they are manual you will have to enter this yourself.

Select the class of postage and enter any special instructions, such as Air-Mail, using the control panel. You can also choose your company logo at this point.

With the letter facing upwards, feed it into the machine. Depending on the type of machine the letter will automatically feed into the ‘stamp’ or you may have to feed it in manually.

The franked mail will appear out the other side of the machine ready to be posted.
Whether you buy or rent your franking machine you will need a licence from the Royal Mail to use it.

There are a whole range of franking machines available from companies such as Neopost, Francotyp Postalia and Pitney Bowes and compatible franking ink cartridges are now available for all these brands which will reduce your postage costs further.

Wednesday, July 02, 2014

Print Breathtaking Images With HP 88XL Ink Cartridges

Puerto de Mogán is on the south-west coast of Gran Canaria and is the most picturesque resort on the island a beautiful place to moor your yacht or cruiser.

Puerto Mogán was built on land reclaimed from the sea but before this it was a jumble of houses interwoven with narrow passageways and steps clinging to the cliff, and a few fishermen’s huts along the beach.

HP 88XL Ink Cartridge Multipack
A great way to save time and money, the Compatible HP 88XL Ink Cartridge Multipack contains premium ink and has been manufactured using high quality parts. The No.88 multipack contains high capacity black, cyan, magenta and yellow ink cartridges and provides a very low cost way of producing breathtaking photography.

Ahoy there shipmates, please feel free to print the image above or print your own boating photos with printer ink or toner cartridges from our website

Image Information:

Title: The harbour at Puerto de Mogán, Gran Canaria.

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