3D Printing Using Plain Office Paper

3D Printing Using Plain Office Paper
Dan Gould
  • 7 november 2008

3D printing keeps becoming more practical every day. Taking the process even further into easy to use territory, is the The Mcor Matrix. This printer uses plain office paper, and a water-based glue as the material substrate instead of plastic or metal. The Mcor progressively layers paper and glue and cuts the model into shape with a blade, as opposed to the standard laser. The models that come out can also be sanded, painted and finished just like wood.

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