For the past decade, Mcor Technologies has been diligently developing a 3D printing alternative that negates a key barrier to accessibility, material cost, while adding the dimension of color, an ability that eludes nearly all 3D printers.
In its white paper, How Paper-based 3D Printing Works: The Technology and Advantages, Mcor shows us how a few reams of office paper are transformed into full-color, professional-grade parts that are surprisingly durable. Having written my share of white papers, I can honestly say that this document is extremely well done: thorough yet concise and company-centric yet informative.
I have been following this company and technology for over five years. It’s good to see it become widely and readily available. I believe that Selective Deposition Lamination will do well in education and industry when those that control the budget question the expense of yet another round of prototyping.