Mcor will demonstrate the Mcor IRIS, True-colour paper 3D printer.
Visitors will get to see how Mcor’s full colour 3D printers can enable universal access to professional 3D printing with shorter design cycles, improved designs and reduced manufacturing costs.
Joining Mcor on the show floor will be Mcor customer, Ian Best managing director of Micro CADD Services to present How Bahrain was 3D Printed: The Value of Country Models, a project he created with an Mcor 3D printer to produce one of the world’s largest models of an entire country, a 5.4M x 2.2M 3D printed model of Bahrain. The 1:10,000-scale model captured the attention of the country’s national and local leaders, who are able to use the map for master planning.
How Bahrain was 3D Printed: The Value of Country Models.
Mcor 3D printers can create physical 3D models from standard A4 and letter-size sheets of paper. By cutting and bonding sheets of paper together, the resulting model is tough and durable. Paper-based 3D printed models can be tapped, threaded, hinged and made flexible and water resistant with the added benefit of Mcor FLEX. They can even be disposed of in the recycling bin all round sustainability.
Mcor is paving the way for an eco-friendly 3d printing future and with parts costing only five percent of other technologies’ costs, is enabling wider accessibility of the technology and greater innovation.
The 19th TCT Show + Personalize is set to be the biggest yet and will feature over 50 3D printing manufacturers under one roof at the NEC in Birmingham from 30th September to 2nd October. Register for free here.