The environmentally friendly Pencil Printer concept from designers Hoyoung Lee, Seunghwa Jeong, and Jin-young Yoon uses black pencil lead (graphite) instead of toner, which means that users can easily correct mistakes with a rubber eraser, and can recycle paper quickly.
|Ini printer gak pake toner sebagai tintanya, tapi pake grafit (batu pensil). Hasil print-nya pun bisa dihapus pake penghapus karet biasa!|
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2. iMo Foto Frame Printer
Combining the best of both worlds, the iMo Foto Frame Printer from Mimo Monitors is an 8-inch-diagonal digital photo frame and a stand-alone printer with USB and memory card slots. The iMo Foto Frame Printer has a display resolution of 800 by 600 pixels, prints 6-by-4-inch glossy photos, and will set you back $200.
|1 alat 2 fungsi: penyimpan bingkai foto dan printer foto sekaligus!|
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3. RITI Coffee Printer
The Coffee Printer concept from RITI turns your old coffee grounds into a source of ecologically benign printer ink. Just put the leftover grounds in the cartridge and turn coffee stains into something more useful than unexpected abstract art shirts.
|Ini printer tintanya dari serbuk kopi!|
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4. Trak Portable Printer
Reimagining mobile printing, the Trak concept from designer Hung Chih Wang places the printing process on the back of your laptop's display. It comes with a detachable printer head and receives its power via USB.
|Ini printer portable yang bisa ditempelin langsung ke punggung laptop agan-agan.|
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5. Epson Augmented Reality Printer
Priced at around $600, Epson's Colorio printers (the site is written in Japanese) you can print a color postcard with your face superimposed on it. But the real magic starts when you hold it up to a Webcam, and the card comes to life as various characters pop out of it on-screen. So far, this technology has been implemented in Japan--but just imagine Santa coming to life in your Christmas cards.
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6. The 3D Building Printer
Since it isn't confined to a box, the amazing 3D printer from engineer Enrico Dini could theoretically print a house or any other structure. The printer uses magnesium dust to translate CAD drawings into 3D layerings. Still years away from mass production, this device suggests that the idea of printing your own products at home may not be so far-fetched after all.
|Cocok bwt agan-agan yang bergelut di bidang arsitektur dan sering ngulik software AutoCAD. Ini printer 3D bisa membuat model 3 dimensi dari desain CAD, dengan menggunakan serbuk magnesium. Masih berupa konsep.|
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7. 3D Pottery Printer
This ceramic 3D printer project from Unfold prints--or rather, extrudes--wet clay from its nozzle in sophisticated shapes that are ready for firing. The raw materials involved are simple: powder clay mixed with water. The shaping is done via a syringe. The Belgian designers of this machine successfully used it to create a double-walled vessel and various ceramic shapes.
|Wow! Ini printer 3D bisa "mencetak" bahan-bahan keramik pecah belah! Cukup sediakan tanah liat dan air. Lalu masukkan ke printer ini!|
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8. Barbie Nail Printer
Instead of painting your own fingernails, you can turn the technical operation over to the Barbie Doll'd Up Nails digital nail printer from Mattel. This very special printer (which vaguely resembles a first-generation iMac laid on its back) lets you create and customize all sorts of designs from home. It takes a few seconds to print one nail and you can upload any custom design you like from a computer. Sold at Amazon.com at $290.
|Pake printer ini, mungkin agan-agan kaskuserwati bisa mikir-mikir klo mau ke salon bwt nail art! Ini printer bisa mencetak tinta ke kuku agan-agan, yah semacam nail art! Tersedia di amazon.com.|
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9. Inkless, Paperless Printer
For $5600 you can also print without using toner, ink, or paper. The Sanwa Newtec PrePeat RP-3100II works with paper made out of PET plastic--which is reusable up to 1000 times--plus a thermal printing head. A single sheet of the plastic costs $3.35; if you really want one of these devices, inquire at Sanwa Newtec's site. Its corporate slogan: "Create new pleasure to the company."
|Ini unik abis: bisa nge-print TANPA toner, tinta, ato kertas! Cukup masukkan plastik daur ulang PET (Polyethylene terephthalate), yang biasa dipake bwt ngemas botol aqua!|
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10. Cornucopia Food Printer
You might not be the best cook, but soon you will be able to print your own food. The Cornucopia Food Printer concept from MIT's Marcelo Coelho and Amit Zoran is essentially a 3D food printer that works by storing and mixing ingredients. You supply your favorite ingredients, which the printer then pipes into a mixer, heats, and serves. This machine is undoubtedly a game changer if your favorite food is Jell-O.
|Idenya unik: agan-agan bisa nge-print makanan agan sendiri. Konsepnya berdasarkan 3D Food Printer yang bekerja dengan cara menyimpan dan mencampur bahan-bahan makanan.|
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11. Toast Printer
It's less a printer than a printerlike toaster (site is written in German), but this concept from Othmar Mühlebach uses bread in place of paper and produces toast instead of a document. Now, wouldn't it be cool if it had butter and jam cartridges? And if it were self-cleaning?
|Keren abis! Ini printer bisa manggang roti. Wait, ini sebenernya pemanggang roti berbentuk printer ato printer pemanggang roti yak?|
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12. Hanging Printer
The Hanging Printer concept from designers Jin Hee Kim, Hyung Il Kim, and Woo Seok Park aims to save space on your desk with an ingeniously small footprint, as only the print head and paper feed sit on the desk's surface. The Hanging Printer comes with an embedded LCD that indicates printing status.
|Sesuai namanya, ini printer bisa digantung! Supaya nggak makan tempat di meja kerja agan-agan.|
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13. Wireless Wall-Mounted Printer
The wall-mounted wireless printer concept from Ransmeier & Floyd defies expectations about a printer's appropriate size and shape. This battery-powered printer can be mounted on a wall or used with a kickstand on a desktop, and it displays printouts as if they were pictures in a frame. Removing printed pages from the special pocket looks to be something of a chore, however.
|Ini printer wireless gan! Satu lagi keunikannya: bisa digantung di tembok layaknya bingkai foto ato lukisan!|
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14. Embossing Braille Printer
The Embossing Braille Printer concept from designer Danni Luo is intended to help visually impaired people distinguish objects of similar shape with life-saving implications, such as medication bottles. To print a label, you speak into the wider end of the printer, and the corresponding embossed label will come out of the side.
|Printer yang sangat membantu buat tunanetra: bisa mencetak huruf Braille timbul (emboss).|
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15. Samsung Circular Printer
The Circular Printer concept from Samsung is extremely small and doesn't look like any other printer we've seen. Instead moving linearly, this printer uses rotational motion to print one page at a time. Unfortunately, Samsung has never taken the Circular Printer to production.
|Keren! Bentuknya kecil dan cara nge-print-nya juga unik: nggak lurus dari atas-ke-bawah ato belakang-ke-depan, tapi bergerak memutar. Sayang, tidak diproduksi!|
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