The newly launched innovative Mcor Arke is designed to realise a huge number of projects for packaging designers, architects, fashion designers, model and prop makers, as well as schools and universities, by being able to produce true colour 3D printed objects at low cost.
Using paper, ink and glue in a new deposition technique the Mcor Arke reduces build time and is eco and office friendly, using recyclable materials. It is also the only desktop 3D printer with an ICC Colour Map for accurate colour. There are also a whole bunch of user features, such as excellent connectivity with Wi-Fi, USB and Ethernet options, as well as a high-resolution touchscreen with progress bar and the added option to control the printer via the Mcor Mobile App.
Launched at CES 2016, Mcor Arke was named as CES 2016 Best of Innovation Awards Honoree in the 3D Printing Product category. CES Innovation Awards entries are evaluated on their engineering, aesthetic and design qualities, intended function, user value and market differentiators and it’s great to see the Arke being recognised for this.