By Andrew Fagan and David M. DruckerUpdated Jan 13, 2018 12:35:00The paperweight machine that once defined papermaking has been superseded by a new one that promises to be a more efficient way of making the stuff.
The Papermaker’s Edge is the result of years of research and development by the UK’s Papermaker Group, the same group that produced the world’s first “smart” paper, the £100 paperweight, back in 1997.
The Edge’s creators, David Mazzocca and Richard Hall, have been working on the machine for years and now they’re ready to reveal the machine’s secrets to the world.
The Edge is designed to make “less messy” paper than the original Papermaker.
You can actually buy the machine online for just £1,199 ($2,095).
This is a price that makes the Edge even more attractive than the previous generation, which sold for $3,100.
It can make one-inch-thick paper that will take just 10 minutes to roll out.
You’ll need a machine with a roll capacity of at least 1.2 ounces (about 1.5 pounds), but it’s also possible to make two-inch paper at this cost.
The machine’s designers are also planning to sell their machine for $1,000 ($1,933) once it hits the market, which is a bit of a bargain for paperweights of this size.
It uses a process that is very similar to the way paper is made in a traditional paper mill, which allows for a smoother roll than a machine made of plastic or metal.
However, the Edge does have a unique feature.
It uses a high-speed laser to spin the paper into a flat sheet of a different thickness, rather than a roller, which means it’s less likely to create a sharp edge.
The paper in the Edge is so thin, you could almost rub a thin piece of paper between your thumb and forefinger.
But there are also advantages to this method.
Unlike a roller that pushes the paper across a surface, the edge of the Edge’s blades can be made with precision, which could save time and money when making paperweights.
The company says it’s working on making a larger-scale machine, but it won’t be ready for sale until at least 2019.
The machines creators hope to have the machines available for sale by 2020, which would make them a bit less expensive than their previous models.
If you want to try the Edge yourself, you can order a Papermaker Edge online.