Mcor Technologies Ltd will demonstrate its cost-effective, eco-friendly 3D printers at ACTE's CareerTech VISION 2012, an international summit on career technical education (CTE), November 28-29 in Atlanta, GA.
3D printers help tomorrow's engineers and architects better understand the total design process, become more engaged in learning, and gain a competitive edge when they seek jobs or higher levels of education. Mcor Technologies' 3D printers enable students to quickly and cost-effectively produce early prototypes, mold tools, architectural studies, three-dimensional maps, medical models and much more.
Cost of ownership has been an issue for many educational institutions to support 3D printing systems. The cost of Mcor's paper-based 3D printers can be five percent of other technologies' costs, enabling educators to save hundreds of thousands of dollars throughout the lifetime of the printer.
The Mcor Matrix and IRIS are the only 3D printers that can create physical 3D models from paper (standard Letter/A4 sheets), whether fresh or used. When pages are cut and bound together, the resulting model is tough and durable. Mcor will be printing 3D models from 3D data throughout the conference, enabling visitors at Mcor booth #842 to experience the durability, integrity and unique feel of paper-based parts.
What: View live demonstrations of the Mcor Matrix 300+
When: Conference hours are 12:00 - 6:00 p.m. on November 29 and 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. on November 30
Where: Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, Ga. Booth 842
Mcor Technologies Ltd is an innovative manufacturer of the world's most affordable, full-color and eco-friendly 3D printers. They are the only 3D printers to use ordinary business-letter paper as the build material, a choice that renders durable, stable and tactile models. Established in 2004 with a talented team of specialists in the area of 3D printing, software and CAD/CAM, Mcor's vision is to make 3D printing more accessible to everyone. The company operates internationally from offices in Ireland, the UK and America.
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