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IT and Copier Talk Your Business Can Rely On

The AIS IT Services and Office Technology Blog. Insights and perspective into what works and makes businesses more competitive.

Making Your Office Printers Mean Green Machines

on Jan 28, 2016 9:51:37 AM By | AIS | 0 Comments | Green Technology Office Equipment
Adopting just a few environmentally friendly practices with your office copier can save your business money and time.
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Understanding the Difference Between Toner Saver and Light Print

on Jan 26, 2016 9:17:33 AM By | AIS | 0 Comments | Green Technology Resources & Training Copiers
If you use a photocopier at your home or place of business, you likely know how expensive toner can be. It's important for you to know the difference between the toner-saving modes that many copiers offer.
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Green Printing: 3D Printers Help Reduce Waste

on Jul 5, 2014 7:01:29 PM By | Gil Mayron | 0 Comments | 3D Printing Green Technology
3D printing has received a varied array of reviews. Some industries have really grasped the technology and made wonderful new products or figured out a way to produce popular products faster and more cost efficient. Technology has brought printing to a whole new level with 3D printing with the environment in mind. 3D printing has set the bar high for printers to be environmentally friendly.
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3D Printing Drives Sustainability With Recycled Plastic

on Jun 9, 2014 3:55:25 PM By | AIS | 0 Comments | 3D Printing Green Technology
Each year, Americans throw away more than 33.6 million tons of plastic and out of that amount only 6.5% of that plastic is recycled. Floating in our oceans right now, there are an estimated 100 million tons of plastic. The most popular material for 3D printers just happens to be plastic. So 3D manufacturers are taking action to reduce the amount of plastic waste while still offering the latest modern technology by implementing the idea of recycling the unwanted plastic in our landfills and oceans to use in today's modern 3D printers.
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