Mcor Technologies Announces Availability of the IRIS
Todd Grimm posted on November 27, 2012 |
Mcor Technologies Ltd will begin delivery of its new color 3D printer in December.

Full-color 3D-printed landscapeMcor Technologies Ltd will begin delivery of its new color 3D printer in December. Named after the goddess of the rainbow, the Mcor IRIS prints in more than one million hues simultaneously as it creates photo-realistic physical objects from 3D data.

The Mcor IRIS price is $15,866 per year for the three-year Free D plan that includes maintenance and supplies.

According to the company, high-fidelity color is critical for many organizations in manufacturing, education, architecture, military and health care that need product prototypes, architectural studies, three-dimensional maps and medical models to improve sales, marketing, communication, treatment and logistics.

"With the IRIS, what you see on your screen is what you get in your hand, and that's limited only by your imagination," said Mcor co-founder and CEO Dr. Conor MacCormack. "Ink was intended for paper, which is the ideal canvas for bright, high-resolution color."

"The Mcor IRIS is just the 3D printer we've been waiting for," said Allan Valentin Hansen, managing director of Mcor reseller Saitu Graphic Equipments Co.,Ltd. "Our customers want to cost-effectively produce high-quality, durable 3D prototypes with the most realistic colors. These are precisely the capabilities Mcor has delivered with the IRIS and I'm certain we will see a huge demand for this new printer."

Mcor 3D printers employ water-based adhesive, enabling the machine to easily co-exist in an office or classroom.

Press release


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