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3D Printers

The Most Affordable, Best Colour 3D Printing

Mcor 3D printers set the standard for truly accessible 3D printing, with unprecedented affordability, accurate and realistic colour, ease of use, safety and eco-friendliness.  Our 3D printers suit a variety of customer needs, from education to a wide range of the most demanding applications in manufacturing, AEC, civil engineering, GIS, medicine, fine arts and cultural preservation, entertainment, and consumer service bureaus. 

Improve designs by printing more models more often

Lowest Cost

  • Uses affordable, ubiquitous standard office paper

  • Cost per model 10-20% of other technologies

  • Ongoing cost is one-fifth of any other 3D printing technology

Use colour to enhance communication

Unmatched Colour Capability

  • Only 3D printer to include ICC (International Colour Consortium) colour map for unprecedented colour accuracy
  • Ink is designed for paper

  • High colour fidelity and realistic models

  • Consistent colour from screen to model, model to model and on undercuts and sidewalls

  • Over a million colours, more than any other 3D printer

  • No need to coat colour models; even uncoated, the colour is rich and vibrant and the models durable

Gain a competitive advantage

Highest Quality

  • Realistic models with fine detail

  • Tough, durable models; even ones that haven’t been coated

  • Models are tactile; not rough or heavy

Use in office or school environment

Most Eco-Friendly, Safe & Easy to Use

  • Quiet, non-toxic and safe

  • Paper, water-based glue and ink are fully recyclable

  • Printer can use pre-used paper

  • No chemicals needed to dissolve support material

  • No toxic fumes to vent, messy powders to vacuum or dust

  • Takes only minutes to remove a model from the supporting paper