Monday November 30, 2020

Mcor takes 3D printer to retail market

The company behind a new printer that can generate 3D models from ordinary copier paper has secured a deal with a manufacturer that will see its hardware go on the mass market.

17th October, 2009

The company behind a new printer that can generate 3D models from ordinary copier paper has secured a deal with a manufacturer that will see its hardware go on the mass market.

Louth-based Mcor Technologies has signed an agreement with US firm Benchmark Electronics that will result in its printers going on sale in Ireland and Britain from January onwards.

The company hopes to begin distribution into the rest of Europe and the US during...

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