“The aged-copper 3D printed Yoga Frog and Garden Toad we produced are a great example of how versatile 3D printing with paper can be.” – Alex Lorenzo, CEO, ALLAXIS 3D Printers “The puzzled look on people’s faces when we inform them that the 3D print they’re holding in their hands is made out of paper […]
Using Mcor 3D printing, Twin Familie sends longstanding trend in a fresh new direction “Although we call them ‘selfies,’ there’s a lot of substance in 3D portraiture. You capture yourself or people you love at meaningful times in their lives and in ways that a 2D portrait can’t match.” –Dieter Bielert, Owner, Twin Familie The selfie […]
Socially conscious artist chooses Mcor’s environmentally friendly 3D printing technology for multimedia statement “I have a passion for paper. And I was really interested in Mcor’s environmental aspects – its low-cost, environmentally friendly materials.” – Joseph DeLappe, Artist & Digital Media Professor, University of Nevada The more advanced our defense technology becomes, says Joseph DeLappe, the […]
World’s most colour-capable 3D printer also offers the greenest solution for creating art and product designs “Students shouldn’t be putting all their eggs in one basket. They should be synthesizing what they know about each device’s strengths. The Mcor IRIS’s strengths include its affordability, greenness and colour capabilities. It’s serving us well in product design, transportation […]
Innovation is critical 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.
Dramatic cost reduction and expanded color capability attract students from across disciplines “The ability to print in color at a very low price has opened up 3D printing to students who otherwise could not afford it. At SAIC, Architecture, Interior Architecture and Designed Objects students had been the primary users, but the Mcor IRIS has attracted […]
There’s a place in the heart of historic Boston where one can go to quietly reflect, remember, honor, or simply enjoy a lovely outing or perhaps even lunch away from the office on a pleasant day. It’s the Armenian Heritage Park.
Businesses join the festivities. PrintZworldwide India (PWL India), a 3D printing consultancy, was recently one of them. Eager to make a unique contribution, the company proposed to create the world’s first 3D printed Durga idol called TriNayanee (which means Third Eye and is also a name for the Goddess Durga). The project, called 3Devi (Devi refers to Goddess) would spotlight 3D printing’s power to both create valuable models for business and refresh an ancient ethnic art form.
You’re able to stack and nest loads of models in the build bed of an Mcor 3D printer. You can also create huge prototypes and models, all without visible seams. Mcor’s Australian dealer, DGS3D, outlines below how they do this, using a full colour GIS model as the example.
Long before auto racing came to video games, there were slot cars. And now, even long after the video games made their splash, there are still slot cars with rabid enthusiasts around the world.