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Irish company develops 3D printer

An Irish company has developed a new type of 3D printer that allows 3D objects to be produced with standard A4 office paper.

8th December, 2007

An Irish company has developed a new type of 3D printer that allows 3D objects to be produced with standard A4 office paper.

Mcor Technologies is based in Ardee in Co Louth, and was set up in 2004 by Dr Conor MacCormack and his brother Fintan. To date, the company has been working on research and development on its 3D printer product, the Mcor Matrix.

‘‘It is the only 3D printer that uses standard A4 paper,”...

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