Media average Finnish has unveiled third-quarter results.the Company's operating profit fell to 2.8 million euros last year corresponding period to 3.5 million.net Sales decreased by eur 33.0 million to 34.6 million.Operating margin was this year in July-September to 8.6, while last year at the same time, the ebit margin was 10.2%.the average Finnish earnings per share decreased to eur 0.13 in the comparative period eur 0.17."Without the Media the Esa trade due to non-recurring third quarter items, results for the year would have been strengthened," said ceo Vesa-Pekka fabric korpi.
factors spirit tax may reduce in Finland in the next few years.Transport and communications minister Anne berner was appointed.the decision of entry into force would depend on the EU commission's amendment to the law implementation.the Commission today announced the presentation, which allows digisisältöjen value added tax the calculation of the print media to the level.in finland, the factors spirit and e-book vat is 24%, while newspaper and magazine orders, it is 10%.the EU commission will present to member states the possibility to calculate the factors spirit and e-books value added tax on print media to the level.
Marimekko made in October-December of eur 1.8 million comparable operating profit, while a year ago operating profit was eur 1.3 million.Factsetin four Marimekko analysts were expecting an average of 1.7 million operating profit.October-December earnings per share were € 0.19, while analysts were expecting an average of 0.16 per print.Projections varied between 0,08 and eur 0.20.marimekko's net sales grew by the end of the year to 28.2 million euros, while a year ago net sales fell by 27.1 million.Factsetin analysts expected about 27 million euros of sales.
If you have money, you can start producing what you want. Skrivarjätten HP gives to last in the 3D printer market with the series Jet Fusion 3D. It prints in voxels that are 50 micrometers large, and can with the help of 30,000 tiny nozzles to print up to 340 million microscopic gizmos second. - The parts are joined, ie at a very small level - virtually at the molecular level, and it helps to give them a special strength, says Alex Monino, marketing manager for HP's 3D printer, to Computerworld. HP Jet Fusion 3D left and right finishing system that can be purchased for 15 thousand dollars. It is sold separately and cost about 15 thousand dollars.
Costco thrives with a monthly magazine.Williams-Sonoma and others clean up with catalogs.Bonobos ultimately decided on a small test in 2013, and the results led them to not only continue mailing, but to increase the number of catalogs mailed.High-end retailer Neiman Marcus has found they get $4 back in sales for every dollar they spend on producing, printing, and mailing a catalog.Our big secret to massive growth is … relentlessly following up with leads.Our follow-up, to this day, also consists of an online strategy.
Printer Ink Refill KitsIt s crazy to think how reliant we still are on printed documents in the digital age.We recently told readers how to save 90% or even more when buying replacement ink cartridges for your printer, and we received a tremendous amount of positive feedback after running that article.DON T MISS: This hidden iPhone trick just became my new favorite featureAimed at consumers and people with home offices, Brother s new MFC-J985DW and MFC-J985DW XL bring the price of entry to its INKvestment line down under $300 for the first time ever.The former costs just $199 and prints black pages for less than a penny per page, while the latter runs $299 and can print for up to two years before you have to purchase additional ink cartridges.Here are some key details about these two new models: Regardless of brand of ownership, SoHo customers haven t been shy with expressing their feelings about the price of ink and cartridge yields Brother marketing boss Phil Lubell said.The MFC-J985DW and MFC-J985DW XL are both available for purchase beginning immediately from leading retailers including Amazon, and we all know what to do with our old printers…Thanks to the sharing economy, living in five different cities in five years has never been more doable.
The company claims that its Jet Fusion 3D Printing Solution revolutionises prototyping and printing by delivering "superior quality" end products at half the cost, and up to 10 times faster, than current rivals FDM and SLS printer solutions in the same price bracket .It offers printing at the individual voxel level the 3D printing equivalent of a single pixel in 2D printing, as it were so boasts high levels of accuracy, and also speed with the ability to print over 340 million voxels per second.And while this is aimed at commercial usage and the hardware is very expensive, it's exciting to see what sort of technology is in the wings and could potentially trickle down in some form to desktop 3D printing.Businesses and manufacturers can completely rethink how they design and deliver solutions to their customers."Pricing for the 3200 starts at $130,000 around £90,000, AU$180,000 , with the full solution comprising the 3D printer and Processing Station which you can see on the right in the above image - this provides faster cooling and a cleaner finish, among other benefits starting at $155,000 around £108,000, AU$213,000 .The Jet Fusion 4200 will ship late this year, and the Jet Fusion 3200 will follow in 2017.
According to the company the technology is able to produce high quality parts to ten times faster and half the price compared to existing 3D printing systems. HP sued 3D printers market is currently dominated by Stratasys- and 3D Systems, Inc., says the BBC. HP about the washing machine-sized Jet Fusion 3D 3200 -printterin Prices start at 120 000 euro. 3200 model will be on sale in Europe in 2017, the first to include Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Italy, France, Germany and the UK. HP models will be the representative that they can print the also multi-colored objects. Research firm Gartner estimates that last year sold about 245 000 3D-print inserts.
It takes about four minutes for a Fujifilm Instax Mini shot to develop.I tested a mix of analog cameras, and even some digital printers that work with your smartphone, to find the best options for BBQ and bridal shower alike.Fujifilm s Instax Mini film is about the size of a credit card and costs around a dollar a shot, sold in 20-packs.I haven t felt so cool walking around with a gadget since I had the original iPhone.Even better, share the pairing code at your party, and anyone with the app can connect and print.The printer uses Zink—as in zero ink —paper.
Oliver Franklin-WallisAssistant Editor, WIREDFollow @olifranklinThis article was first published in the June 2016 issue of WIRED magazine.Be the first to read WIRED's articles in print before they're posted online, and get your hands on loads of additional content by subscribing online.The Singapore-based designer hand-built the walking mecha toy Codename: Colossus from 435 3D-printed parts."I learned from scratch."Sng also hand-wired the working legs, guns and lights, and hand-painted each part, including the interior and tiny characters.HMC Boudicca can traverse the battlefield or room with its RC hexapodal legsColossus was part passion project, part audition: under the Machination Studios moniker, Sng's conceived a fictional universe for the toys, set after the first world war "where air power never happened, and tanks just got bigger and bigger."
Most 3D printers print layers over and over again until a full object takes shape.The machine uses a high-intensity laser that heats tiny silver nanoparticles to form metallic shapes.The 3D-printing technique was developed by a team of Harvard researchers at the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering and the Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.The key to unlocking this new approach to printing metal was balancing the intensity of the laser and its proximity to the nozzle.This kind of delicate metal printing is particularly useful because of its freeform capabilities.The filament can be shaped into virtually any type of metal structure, which researchers expect will be useful in developing wearables, sensors, and even circuitry parts.
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Jemisin s Fifth Season, and fire-under-rusting-Earth there s so much to talk about it.Katie Palmer, Senior Associate Editor: Once I hit the interlude, everything started making more sense to me—and I started noticing the artful lack of knowledge in the world.Less willful ignorance, more the kind of narrow focus necessary in the face of disaster, of which there s no shortage in The Fifth Season.Rubin: I can t believe I m admitting this in print, Jay, but you pointing that out is the first time I d confronted what happened to Crack beyond oh hey exile too bad kid BACK TO THE STORY.Fallon: Which is interesting, because some themes, of course, Jemisin is grabbing you by the shirt collar and shaking you and saying, Here, this is a thing you really need to think about!Dayrit: Homosexuality, bisexuality, gender identity, transgenderism, all the issues that bog us down in our society are given little weight in The Fifth Season, perhaps because the moral code of the Stillness is rooted in actual hellfire and brimstone from the ground, not from some patriarchal god floating somewhere in the sky.
Gusten Danielsson, Head of Finance Cellink receives the winner's diploma. The company sells both 3D printer biological material but also a product that they call biobläck, therefore, the material used to print human tissue. Business Angel Lena Apler, which we also wrote about earlier this week, chose to cast their votes elsewhere, namely the company My Services. It is extremely exciting medtech but I'm a bit crass, and more short-term in my thinking. My services have a model that I understand better and there is less risk, she said. Moreover, we have a product that we know works, says Gusten Danielsson, Head of Finance Cellink when Breakit talk to him afterwards.
Batching prints together, as the process is called, means that less space is wasted on a print sheet, which would traditionally run some way below capacity.OPG is dedicated to finding and funding online printing companies in emerging markets, which Gogoprint founders Alexander Suss and David Berghaeuser — both originally from Germany — told TechCrunch is very key.They are more experienced than us and understand that building companies in emerging markets is fundamentally different, Berghaeuser, who was formerly with Rocket Internet s Zalora business, said.Gogoprint currently has a team of less than 20 which serve the domestic market in Bangkok.They estimate the printing industry in Southeast Asia to be worth $25 billion annually, with smaller customers like SMEs heavily underserved by existing solutions.So if you want to go into five countries, you need some capital for that, Suss, a former Ernst & Young auditor who has run multiple online commerce businesses, said.
The Tangible Media Group at MIT s Media Lab bucked the trend that bigger is better and used their l33t 3D printing skills to produce a 3D-printed micro-pillar object they call Cilllia.Standard CAD software is not set up to print hair-like strands of material, so the team had to start from the ground up by building a custom software program.With the software out of the way, the researchers began experimenting with their printing system, and used it to generate a variety of different hair-like items.The cilia can be printed in any hair shape at a range of thicknesses, with the smallest strands measuring an impressive 50 micrometers.The researchers are developing ways of adding mechanical adhesions, actuators, and even sensors to the final product.In another application, they printed a micro-pillar mat of cilia that could detect the touch of a finger and respond to different swiping patterns.
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C-level briefing: Michael Ross, author of 'Dealing with Disruption' and senior executive at Encyclopaedia Britannica says companies need to "find their value proposition".The publishing industry is often cited as one of those disrupted most jarringly by the arrival of the internet, but some companies are viewing it as a huge opportunity to shift their business towards what they are good at.At the time, president Jorge Cauz said that the company had foreseen the end of the print set for some time, saying it was simply "the latest step in our evolution from the print publisher we were, to the creator of digital learning products we are today."Four years on from "dumping the last print set", Michael Ross, the Senior Vice President and General Manager of Education at Encyclopaedia Britannica, remains bullish about the company's prospects in the digital era.This involved creating the first digital version of the Britannica for LexisNexis users in 1981, publishing the first multimedia encyclopedia on CD-ROM in 1989, and first Internet encyclopedia in 1994.The universal lesson, in the end, is to work out what your company is doing that nobody else can do and focus on advancing that business.
Traditional 3D printers work by extruding filament – typically either PLA or ABS – layer by layer, building the print from the ground up.In contrast, this new method, dubbed laser-assisted direct ink writing, prints microscopic, free-standing silver nanoparticle structures.The heated silver is extruded and immediately hit with a programmed laser that anneals the metal using just the right amount of energy.The printing nozzle can move on X, Y and Z axes which, when combined with the rotating print stage, enables freeform curvature.Wyss Institute Postdoctoral Fellow Mark Skylar-Scott, who is the first author of the study, said the most challenging aspect during development was dialing in the exact nozzle-to-laser separation distance.This allowed them to modulate the printing speed and distance between the nozzle and laser to control the annealing process on the fly.
Step through its giant 42-foot glass doors, and you'll find a "Genius Grove" instead of a Genius Bar.The new Genius Grove is debuting in the SF Apple Store - replaces 'crowded, noisy ' Bars in 'Significant' stores pic.twitter.com/wOgqiXnhq5 — Matthew Panzarino @panzer May 19, 2016The company says the Grove, which will roll out to other locations with time, will provide a calmer, quieter more social space to sell customers $700 cell phones and $3,000 laptops.It has trees.The stools have a butt print pic.twitter.com/7zVLC3ISJn — Matthew Panzarino @panzer May 19, 2016As of this writing, however, the products inside the store will still be made of metal and plastic.Tables have been upgraded with new innards - better cable routing etc.Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.More from Tech Insider:We just chilled on the surface of Pluto and you can tooOnly 4 countries consider this critical factor in their dietary guidelinesA Tesla exec just hinted that an electric truck is in the company's future'Hypersonic' missiles traveling 5 times the speed of sound are fueling the next arms raceA strange iPhone bug is asking people to change their passcode within 60 minutesNOW WATCH: Everyone is terrified of sharks, but this is actually the deadliest creature on EarthLoading video...