Lexmark CEO: We want to print your clothes on demand

Posted February 03, 2019 08:14:22The latest Lexmark printer to come out of its testing phase is the brand-new, custom-fabric version of its printer.

That means it’s going to be the one you buy, not the one Lexmark will sell to you, according to CEO John Schiller.

The company, founded in 2008 by a group of former Apple employees, was looking to move beyond the print-to-order business that had been dominating the marketplace for decades.

The company said it plans to produce its own products.

The new printer is a step up from its predecessor, which used a carbon fiber print bed that was made to print a particular color.

The printer is the first Lexmark product to be produced by a carbon-fiber printer company, which is owned by the same company that makes the new Lexmark printers.

The carbon-printing technology that makes up the new printer makes it stronger and easier to print, as well as lighter than previous versions.

“We’re excited to offer the first of our custom fabric printers,” Schiller said in a statement.

“Custom fabric printing offers a range of advantages including lower manufacturing costs and an overall design that looks much better than standard fabric printing.

It’s an important step toward Lexmark becoming a fully integrated and integrated company.”

Custom fabric printers will be available starting at Lexmark’s online store, where it sells a range from $399 to $2,699.

(The price depends on your location and what you order.)

The company has previously said it wants to expand to more printing services, including a printing service for medical devices.

That could include laser engraving and fabric printing for hospitals, universities and medical labs.

The new printer also has a slightly larger, three-inch, touchscreen LCD display than the previous model, and it’s made from a carbon, or fiber, fiber that is stronger and more durable than the material that Lexmark uses to make its other printers.

Schiller called it the “world’s first custom fabric printer.”

The new model also has new software, which allows for faster printer response times and fewer problems with the software.

Lexmark said the new technology was tested with 100 million samples and has been proven to print in more than 60 countries.

Custom fabric print-out in actionLexmark’s new custom-fibre printer, shown in this screen capture from its website, can print a wide variety of fabric designs.

It uses a carbon print bed, which Schiller says was stronger and harder to break than the carbon fiber that’s used in the current Lexmark print bed.

The custom fabric printout in use at the company’s website.

(Lexmark)”It’s just really, really, amazing,” Schill said in an interview with Wired.

“We can print things we can’t do in other ways.

It gives us an advantage.”

He said the technology allows for an overall “design that looks a lot better than normal printing.”

Schiller says he wants Lexmark to be “one of the most efficient fabric printers in the world,” and he hopes the new custom fabric prints will help Lexmark achieve that goal.

The printers are expected to be available in the fall, and the company is launching a Kickstarter campaign to raise money to make the new models and eventually sell them to the public.