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.

[via Gizmodo]

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