Posts tagged: Patent

Samsung Files Patent for Multicolor 3D Printing

Christine Dunne Dunne
 Jun 23, 2015

A recent 3Dprint.com article reported that Samsung has filed a patent application for a multicolor 3D printing process that includes a method to control multicolor photocurable ink using an anti-intercolor bleed agent.

The technology would reportedly prevent the undesired bleeding of different colored polymer ink compositions prior to curing.

A copy of the patent appears to be listed in Google’s database of patents, including a drawing of the technology. It appears as though the patent was filed with the World Intellectual Property Organization, the European Patent Register, and the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Drawing Included in Samsung’s 3D Printing Patent Application Filing

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Channelpartner.de claims Samsung is launching inkjet printers with Kodak technology

Christine Dunne Dunne
 Apr 25, 2012

According to an article on channelpartner.de, Samsung is launching their first inkjet printers this week; although they will have Samsung’s own design and features they will use Kodak’s inkjet technology. Channelpartner.de received the news from the retail community, which is claiming that the Samsung consumer inkjet devices have already hit the shelves. Read more »

Lexmark Files Patent Infringement Suit for Toner Cartridges

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 Aug 26, 2010

On August 23, 2010, Lexmark International, Inc. announced that it had filed a patent infringement complaint with the United States International Trade Commission against 24 companies that manufacture, import, and sell replacement cartridges for various Lexmark laser printers and multifunction devices. The following printers are associated with the complaint: T520, T610, T620, T630, T640, E120, E220, E230, E232, E234, E238, E240, E250, E320, E322, E321, E323, E330, E332, E340, E342, E350, E352, and/or E450 laser printer series. Read more »

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