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Google announced a new printer for Kinkous that will be available to purchase through the company’s new Google Play store in July.
The Kinkostick Kinkoflash will be a 2.8-inch X 4.2-inch printer with a 100% polycarbonate sheet and a 30-day print time.
The printer can print on both plastic and ABS.
The KinkoS PrintBook X4 is also a 2-inch 2-D printer with 100% Polycarbonate sheets and a print time of 15 minutes.
Both the Kinkoos KinkOFlash and KinkOS PrintBook can be used with both PLA and ABS filament.
Kinkos has not yet announced pricing for the printer.
The company is also offering a new Kinkoo Kinkon-4 and Kinky Kinkomax, both of which can print with either PLA or ABS.