posted on December 06, 2012 |
At Euromold 2012, we managed to get deep inside the Mcor IRIS color 3D paper printer. This device uses standard paper as it's build material. Each layer (or page in this case) is formed by cutting the outline of each layer on a single sheet of paper. That's perfectly understandable, but how do they print in color? The answer is flabbergastingly simple.
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Here's a video introducing the IRIS
Mcor IRIS, full color 3D printer from Conor MacCormack on Vimeo.