Mcor Technologies Ltd, a manufacturer of full-colour 3D printers, have declared that their co-founder and CEO, Dr Conor MacCormack, will deliver a keynote at Web Summit 2015, taking place in Dublin from 3 November to 5 November. Mcor Technologies’ 3D printers create complex, durable and stable physical 3D models, which can be tapped, threaded, hinged, and made water resistant and flexible. They can even be disposed of in the recycling bin for cradle-to-grave sustainability.
Dr MacCormack will address how the education industry will drive the 3D printing revolution, given the technology’s progressive impact on learning and creativity in his keynote, titled: Why the 3D printing revolution will take place in the classroom, not on the production floor. Dr MacCormack will provide insight in why the classroom will guide the future of 3D printing and how the education industry will use 3D printers to inform global learning programs for the next generations of students and future innovators. The keynote presentation will take place on November 3rd in RDS Main Hall of Royal Dublin Society (RDS), Ballsbridge, Dublin.