The colonial-style home in Westchester, New York played host to the wedding of Marilyn Monroe and playwright Arthur Miller.
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MAY 14, 2013
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NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2013 - LASER PRINTER CHECKS-USA, LLC
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Cubiio is a nifty little device that makes at-home laser printing quick, easy, and relatively painless. Inventor Mason Hung stopped by the Mashable office in New York recently to give us a demo, where it became clear after just a couple minutes why Cubiio is absolutely killing it on Kickstarter. (They've just surpassed $1 million, well beyond their $25,000 goal.)
Able to print on materials like wood, leather, paper, and felt, the cube-shaped laser printer is about the size of a plum — bigger than a golf ball but smaller than a tennis ball — and uses an external battery pack as its power source. It works similarly to a 3D printer, in that you upload your design of choice to an SD card and then power the whole system with an app on your smartphone. Read more...More about Laser, Lasers, Mashable Shopping, Shopping Kickbooster, and Shopping Kickstarter
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The silk proteins themselves are involved in locally increasing the laser power.