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PrintBrush: Pocket Printer with… manual broaching mechanism

Swedish company PrintDreams, known for its Random Movement Printing (RMPT) printing technology, has announced its PrintBrush ultra-mini pocket printer. Perhaps we can agree with the company’s statement that PrintBrush is indeed the smallest printer in the world that allows you to get prints regardless of the media format.

Perhaps some of the readers still remember such a curious device as a hand-held scanner, it is possible that someone has this miracle on the mezzanine or even at work. PrintBrush – a mechanism from the same fairy tale, only not scanning, but printing. However, judging by its dimensions, it would be more correct to compare it with a suddenly overweight mobile phone: the length of the printer is comparable to an ordinary fountain pen, the volume is less than 300 cm?, weight – about 350 grams. The first version of the PrintBrush printer was developed taking into account the possibility of placing it in a pocket, however, according to the developers, the potential for reducing the size of this has not been exhausted and in the future, smaller versions will appear.

The printer is very simple: the content of web pages, SMS messages, pictures and any other information is loaded into PrintBrush from a PDA, mobile phone, laptop via a wireless Bluetooth interface. Next, the printer is brought to any surface – regardless of its shape and structure (even to fabric), and then, as the device is manually moved over the media, printing is performed. Then I came up with a comparison with an electric shaver, because the principle of “surface coating” in both cases is completely identical. 🙂

How, when using such an imperfect “broaching mechanism” as a hand, a uniform print is obtained?? This is where the zest lies: the Random Movement Printing technology itself was demonstrated at last year’s CeBIT exhibition, and only after the development of a special optical navigation sensor OptoNav, which monitors sudden changes in the speed of the hand movement, its turns and other parameters, it became possible to achieve an acceptable print result.

As it has become fashionable now, PrintDreams is only a development company offering its technology for licensing to manufacturers. Thus, in the future we will see the PrintBrush printer under some other, louder name. PrintDreams executives believe RMPT devices are likely to roll out in early 2021. I would not be surprised if by that time a scanner and the same notorious mobile phone, or maybe a razor, were shoved into this printer. Spoke, shaved, sealed…

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