By DE Editors
Mcor Technologies, a paper 3D printer manufacturer, announced the launch of the Matrix 300+, what the company says is its lowest-cost, most eco-friendly unit.
The Matrix can use A4/Letter paper to make 3D objects. The new unit has been re-designed to enable a faster turnaround on part production. The company has implemented a Selectable Layer Thickness (S.L.T.) technique that allows the printer to run in two different modes, draft or presentation. It is also sold with enhanced software which reduces build time and simplifies the ‘weeding’ process. The company has also developed a new technique called V.V.D. (Variable Volume Deposition), which enables the production of more complex parts.
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Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.