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Australia’s Memjet Inventors In US Battle Over Next-Gen Printing Technology

I first covered Memjet back in 2007, when Sydney-based Silverbrook Research unveiled a decade-long project: revolutionary inkjet speeds thanks to a single pass page-width printhead. And it wasn’t a hoax after all: working prototypes spitting out 60ppm were shown at CES 2009, and again in recent years. But now – just weeks before Memjet is set to appear at the world’s largest printing show ?.
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