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Staples Rolling Out Pilot 3D Printing Service

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Mcor IRIS Paper-Based Full Color 3D PrinterIreland’s Mcor Technologies, whose paper-based 3D printing process we wrote about just last Monday, has entered into a deal with Staples’ Printing Systems Division to launch a new 3D printing service called “Staples Easy 3D.”  The service will be offered starting in early 2013 in the Netherlands and Belgium only, with plans to expand to other countries soon thereafter. It will provide full-color 3D models printed using Mcor’s full-color paper-based IRIS printer, which takes regular letter-sized paper and has a build envelope of 9.39 × 6.89 × 5.9in. [via PopSci]

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  1. Makezine.com | Mcor Technologies says:

    […] December 3, 2012 Makezine.com Staples Rolling Out Pilot 3D Printing Service Click Here […]

  2. How you know 3D printing is hitting the mainstream | johnbiehler.com says:

    […] you regularly get asked if you can print any of the above for someone but soon Staples can do it for them […]

  3. From the 3D Printing Conference … | Green Tech Chicago says:

    […] I'd gotten more footage of some of the other systems there. One is an amazing paper system, Mcor's IRIS machine that prints on standard copy paper, then glues each sheet down, and cuts out the perimeter […]

  4. Make Sense of 3D Objects | MAKE says:

    […] as close as 20″ away. Best of all the entire system costs $399 and will be in hundreds of Staples stores starting on November 18, […]

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