Have finally started watching the Camera to Print videos and am enjoying them very much. In the printer segment the term "picoliter" was described as the size of the drops the various printers can produce.
However a picoliter was described as one millionth of a liter. Actually a picoliter is one millionth of a millionth of a liter or one trillionth of a liter or in numerical terms one times ten to the negative 12th power of a liter. So in other word, really, really small drops.
Sorry for nit picking , I guess that is the engineer in me coming out.