The Diamond SutraIt was a Buddist book in Dunhange, China that was printed by a slab carved to write one message, so you could write that one message several times
Bi ShengSeparated blocks were developed, so they could be arranged to make whatever you wanted to say, and they could be reused. This was discovered in Yingshan, Hubei, China
The Gutenberg PressIt was invented by Johannes Gutenberg in Mainz, Germany. The first thing he used it for was to print out a Latin language Bible.
The Iron PrinterThe first press to be made with an iron frame rather than a wood one, was invented by Charles Stanhope. This press could print larger sheet of paper and was more durable
The Mechanical PrinterCharles Babbage invented the first mechanical printer
Xerox 914This was a brand new type of printer that could print on demand and could be used everywhere, office, schools, and at home
The Laser PrinterGary Starkweather invented the first laser printer by modifying a Xerox model 7000 copier
The 3D PrinterThe first person to file a patent for this invention was a Japanese lawyer named Dr. Hideo Kodama, but he was denied. Later, in 1986, American inventor Charles Hill was the first to get a patent for this machine.
EpsonThis was the first mini electronic printer
Future PrinterThis is how I believe the future printer will look like and it's improvements:
~Ink last longer
And these are the functions:
~Normal Printing straight from a device