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Traditional reprographics firm evolves and expands thanks to paper-based 3D printing

Posted by on Dec 15, 2014

Constant innovation is paramount in any business in order to gain and maintain a competitive advantage. But the ability to offer unique products and services that generate new sources of revenue is especially important in today’s reprographics industry. That’s why, after 20 years offering 2D printing and binding products and services, Italian reprographics firm, Digicopy, decided to expand into the fast-growth 3D printing industry.

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Tis the season, for True Colour, paper-based 3D printing: Mcor Model of the Month

Posted by on Dec 8, 2014

In the spirit of the season that has so quickly come upon us, we bring you December’s Mcor Model of the Month.

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Overcoming Colour and Affordability Constraints in a Prestigious Art School’s 3D Printing Lab

Posted by on Dec 1, 2014

When you think of paper and ink at art school, you might think drawing or printmaking. For Mike Dorries, manager of the advanced output center at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), however, paper and ink mean 3D printing.

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Reflections of a visit to Dunleer: Thankful for paper-based 3D printing

Posted by on Nov 24, 2014

I know it’s just incredible and almost impossible to believe, but prior to this week, I had never before visited the Mcor headquarters. I know, it’s positively shocking to say the least, since I joined Mcor over two years ago! But, as we all know, travel schedules, deadlines and life just always seemed to conflict with the trip. This week, though I had the privilege to spend several days with my colleagues in Dunleer, Ireland.

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Paper-based 3D printing not only saves money, it helps makes money for a worthy cause

Posted by on Nov 17, 2014

There’s a place in the heart of historic Boston where one can go to quietly reflect, remember, honour, or simply enjoy a lovely outing or even lunch away from the office on a pleasant day. It’s the Armenian Heritage Park.

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