It seems the Z Corp board are popping up here, there and everywhere; last week we informed you of former CEO John Kawola joining a company called Voxel8 and now another former CEO, Tom Clay has stepped up to join Dublin-based Mcor Technologies.
The fit is a comfortable one as Mr Clay, who has joined Mcor's board of directors, was responsible for pioneering the first full colour 3D printing and is credited with the rise of Z Corp from MIT start up to a market leader with $47 million in revenue.
“At Z Corporation, Tom broke important ground by commercialising a promising new colour 3D technology and putting it in the hands of everyday businesses and schools,” said Dr. Conor MacCormack, co-founder and CEO of Mcor Technologies Ltd. “Tom is a fantastic addition to the board because of his profound understanding of how 3D printing can benefit the world and a shared vision of making professional-quality 3D printing available to everyone.”
Clay has served as CEO of Xtalic, a nanostructured metals company, since 2008. He spent the prior decade at Z Corporation, helping position the company for its 2011 acquisition by 3D Systems Inc. Previously, he was an U.S. Airborne Ranger and led reconnaissance teams while stationed at Fort Bragg in North Carolina. He earned a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Princeton and an MBA with high distinction from Harvard Business School.
“I share Conor and his team’s passion for 3D printing and making affordable, full color 3D printing accessible to everyone, businesses and consumers alike,” said Clay. “I believe Mcor’s product strategy offers the best route to affordable photorealistic color and believe that this will be critical to a whole new generation of applications. I look forward to helping any way I can.”
Clay is here at Euromold with Mcor at Hall 11.0, Stand B109.