PrintPods - a handheld printer that prints on any surface
PrintPods is a new handheld printer capable of printing on any surface, including leather, metal, and other surfaces. It has a single cartridge offering three different types of ink, between which you can quickly switch. PrintPods is compatible with Android and iOS and can connect to Wi-Fi so that you can print any design.
PrintPods can easily print on any surface and material, such as stones, glass, mugs, wood, metal, plastic, leather, and even food. It has three different ink options: skin-friendly ink (navy/red/blue/black), permanent ink (black), and invisible ink (visible only in ultraviolet light).
Skin-friendly inks are 100% safe, non-irritating, and water-soluble, which means you can make temporary tattoos with your printer. Also, with the help of permanent ink, you can print your own logos on any object. Thanks to the fast switching of ink types, you can easily switch from one option to another, depending on the surface material.
PrintPods is compatible with Android and iOS devices, which allows you to download an image that can be printed with one click on the print button. The printer also comes preloaded with hundreds of different templates in the app. One cartridge allows you to print more than 3,500 objects. Surprisingly, one battery charge with a capacity of 500 mAh is enough for 1000 print cycles. As stated, any design can be printed for only $0.01.
In addition, this handheld printer is equipped with an advanced sensor that is able to detect and respond to movements, providing faster printing time and increased accuracy. PrintPods offers a print width of 26 mm. Pre-customers can get PrintPods for $99.
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