Bringing HD colour to 3D printing

Written by: Tom Austin-Morgan | Published:

Mcor Technologies introduced the Mcor IRIS HD, which offers 360° high-definition colour, sharpens details for photorealistic appearance , and is said to reduce operating costs by 20% by having a longer lasting tip and using less ink.

"Crisply defined colour and rock-bottom operating costs are critical for manufacturers, schools, service bureaus, architectural firms and others who need to 3D print a high number of realistic models," said Dr Conor MacCormack, ceo of Mcor Technologies. "Now, with IRIS HD, we're providing even greater access to photorealistic colour 3D printing."

The Mcor IRIS employs a global-standard International Colour Consortium map to provide accurate colour 3D printing. The carbide blade in Mcor IRIS HD is also available for their monochrome printer, the Mcor Matrix 300+.


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