Mcor Technologies Displays 3MF Support at Build 2016

The company's Mcor Orange software is now compatible with the file format.

Mcor Technologies, a provider of full-color printing systems, has added support for the 3MF file format in its Orange software. The 3MF format allows full-color digital data to be exported to the Mcor ARKe for full-color 3D printing, the company states. The company is showcasing the technology at this week’s Microsoft Build developer conference in San Francisco.

The 3MF file format is through the work of the 3MF Consortium collaborating to define a standardized 3D printing format. It allows design applications to send full-fidelity 3D models to a mix of other applications, platforms, services and printers, the company states.

“We are in this business to expand the possibilities of 3D printing and make it accessible to everyone, so we couldn’t be more excited about our new support for 3MF through Mcor Orange Software,” said Conor MacCormack, co-founder and CEO, Mcor. “Without a doubt, this is huge news for the entire 3D design and printing industry, and will have positive implications moving forward.”

For more information, visit Mcor Technologies.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

Share This Article

Subscribe to our FREE magazine, FREE email newsletters or both!

Join over 90,000 engineering professionals who get fresh engineering news as soon as it is published.

About the Author

DE Editors's avatar
DE Editors

DE’s editors contribute news and new product announcements to Digital Engineering.
Press releases may be sent to them via [email protected].

Follow DE