office equipment

A digitizing David takes on photo-scanning Goliath

Mitch Goldstone loves photo scanning. His business, ScanMyPhotos, does what it says on the tin: you send photos to the company and, using high speed scanners and special software, his team digitizes y

XYZPrinting announces a $3,000 full-color 3D printer

Full-color 3D printing at home has long been a wild-eyed dream of consumers and hobbyists alike. Thus far it’s been fun to print out little trinkets in a single color, but to create something mo

The Printrbelt lets you print multiple objects on, well, a belt

A month ago I brought you the Blackbelt, a belt-driven 3D printer with an "infinite Z" meaning you can print really long objects or multiple objects in the same print job. Now there's a new printer on

The WriteyDesk is a desk you can write on

Whether you’re an unsung mathematical genius with a penchant for writing complex equations all over everything or a damn vandal, you’ll find the WriteyDesk quite useful. This test is essen

The $300 New Matter Mod-T is more a toy than a 3D printer (but that’s OK)

As 3D printing moves from the realm of hackers and hobbyists into the commonplace it’s clear that there is room for a 3D printer for students, kids, and schools. While many in the space are goin

The Markforged Mark X lets you teleport precision custom parts from designer to printer

The promise of 3D printing has been kind of a dud. Aside from a few cool Yoda heads and some small plastic pieces, there have been no “indie” players doing much interesting in the space ex

Omni Calculator brings math to the masses

There are some men who want to watch the the world burn and others who want to offer it easily customizable embedded calculators. Mateusz Mucha belongs to the latter camp. Mucha is a sociologist by tr

HP’s 3D printers pave the way for an interesting future

In the two years since HP announced it was entering the 3D printing space speculation arose regarding what exactly the PC giant would launch? Home 3D printers for the masses? All-in-one manufacturing

LinkedIn: 10 Office Tools And Workplace Norms That Are Going Extinct

You know the office is changing when old school executives tell you they work from home. They might go into the office to check in but often they are either working out of the house or out on the road

Herman Miller's Sayl Chair: Live Unframed

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/hermanmiller.jpg" />“American office furniture manufacturer Herman Miller needs no introduction.” Really, because this is the first t