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Uses for 3D printing include creating artificial organs, prosthetics, architectural models, toys, chocolate bars, guitars, and parts for motor vehicles and rocket engines. To make an object, a 3D printer refers to a model in a digital file and applies layers of material, such as plastic or chocolate, until the object is completed.

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  • How many pages can one ink cartridge print?

    Q: How many pages can one ink cartridge print?

    A: Matt Kastner of Coastal Business Supplies Inc. estimates that every milliliter of ink yields about 1 square foot of printing. On a table of print yields of various HP cartridges, the number of pages ranged from 31 to about 40 per milliliter.
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  • How do you use a copy machine?

    Q: How do you use a copy machine?

    A: Place your paper on the scanner or in the document feeder, if there are several pages. Then, select the number of copies and other settings. Print the copies and remove the originals from the copier.
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  • Can you print out a Jet Blue boarding pass?

    Q: Can you print out a Jet Blue boarding pass?

    A: A JetBlue boarding pass can be printed out after a passenger has paid for a ticket, chosen a seat and checked the number of baggage items needed for the flight. The printed boarding pass must be brought to the airport, in addition to a valid government-issued identification card, to pass through security. To reprint a boarding pass, passengers need to login to the "Manage your flight" on JetBlue.com.
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  • What is the purpose of a printer?

    Q: What is the purpose of a printer?

    A: The purpose of a printer is to accept typed text and graphic images from a computer and transfer it to paper. Printers are sometimes sold along with computers, but consumers typically purchase them separately. Printers vary greatly in cost, speed, size and function.
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  • What are some ways to refill an ink cartridge?

    Q: What are some ways to refill an ink cartridge?

    A: Refilling an ink cartridge is accomplished using a syringe with the right amount of ink and filling the proper chamber with the ink. Depending on the color and type of cartridge, there are variations on how to do this.
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  • Q: How do you get a replacement HP OfficeJet 6500 manual?

    A: A replacement manual for an HP OfficeJet 6500 can be obtained via download from the HP support website, support.hp.com. This site features a searchable database of most HP products, including printers, computers and other PC accessories.
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  • Q: How do you clean Epson printer heads?

    A: To clean an Epson printer head, turn on the printer, click Start and select Devices and Printers on the connected computer, double-click the Epson printer, and select Adjust Printing Options. Select the Maintenance tab on the printing preferences dialog box that appears and click Head Cleaning. These options vary depending on the printer software installed on a computer.
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  • Q: What are the benefits of a laser printer and scanner?

    A: The benefits of a laser printer and scanner setup include the ability to print clean and crisp documents and scan images for alteration or use in marketing using a single machine. Laser printers print faster than many other styles, offering a timesaving benefit, and an integrated scanner allows users to quickly convert printed items into digital images.
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  • Q: How do you find a user manual for an HP Deskjet 1056 printer?

    A: The HP website offers a user manual for the entire series of HP Deskjet 1050 printers, as of 2015. The one user manual applies to the entire series of printers, including the Deskjet 1056.
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  • Q: How do you create a large print word find?

    A: Create a large print word find using a specialized word find generator with custom size options. A to Z Teacher Stuff has a free word search maker that allows users to adjust the font size of their crossword to make the crossword either bigger or smaller.
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  • Q: What is online printing?

    A: Online printing is a way to get documents printed in bulk and delivered, simply by submitting files or designs online. Companies that offer online printing among their services include FedEx and UPS, while some companies also specialize in the service, such as Vistaprint and PS Print.
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  • Q: How do you refill an HP inkjet cartridge?

    A: Refill an HP inkjet cartridge by taking it to an ink refill station at a retailer or participating in an ink refill service at a printer cartridge store, wherein the company injects ink directly into the cartridge. Another option is to purchase a home ink refill kit that includes vials of different color ink and a syringe.
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  • Q: What are head replacements for HP printers?

    A: "Heads" are printheads, the actual nozzles through which ink flows from the ink cartridge and onto the paper, and they are replaceable on some HP printers. Customers can purchase replacement heads for their HP printers online from the HP parts store.
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  • Q: What is an air printer?

    A: An air printer is any printer that can be connected to through Wi-Fi to work in conjunction with Apple's AirPrint feature. AirPrint is included on an iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, allowing these users to send things to printers from their mobile devices.
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  • Q: How do you reset the smart chip in the Kodak 10 Series?

    A: Use an inkjet resetter to reset the Kodak 10 Series ink cartridge chip. A resetter helps the printer detect refilled ink levels and prevent triggering of low ink warnings. You need a color inkjet printer using Kodak 10 Series cartridges and a chip resetter to get started.
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  • Q: What are the ICC profiles for Epson?

    A: International Color Consortium, or ICC, profiles for Epson printers contain details on how to obtain accurate color reproduction on certain types of printer paper. These files describe the correlation between the digital counts the printer receives or sends and an established system for numerically defining colors.
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  • How do you scan and save a document?

    Q: How do you scan and save a document?

    A: To scan and save a document, open Windows Fax and Scan, Image Capture or another scanning program, and click the option to scan. Users can then select scanning options, preview the scan and save the scan to a folder on the computer.
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  • Q: What is the average cost of 3-D printing?

    A: Filament for a 3-D printer reel costs around $45 per kilogram as of 2015, so printing an object the size of a nut cracker costs around $1.80, and an object the size of a thimble costs around $0.15. Most 3-D printers use standard filament cartridges.
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  • Q: What is mopier mode?

    A: Mopier refers to a type of mode that computer printers may be switched on to that only allows them to print one copy of a document at a time. This mode must be disabled if someone wants to print multiple copies of a document. Fortunately, disabling the mopier mode is fairly simple and involves just a couple of easy steps.
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  • Q: How do you find the best photography printer under $200?

    A: One of the best ways to find an affordable printer for photo printing is to look at the annual reviews published by magazines and websites. For instance, TopTenReviews.com and PC Magazine both frequently provide reviews of new printer models
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  • Q: What are some highly rated 35-millimeter slide scanners?

    A: The ION Film 2 SD Plus is a 35-millimeter slide scanner with good reviews on Amazon.com as of 2015. Another highly rated 35-millimeter slide scanner is the Kodak 4x6 P461 Personal Photo, Slide and Negative Scanner, which has an average rating of 4.5 stars on Amazon.com.
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