Mcor Technologies Releases ARKe 3D Printer

The goal of the system is to increase accessibility for creative markets.

Mcor Technologies, a provider of industrial, full-color 3D printing, has launched the Mcor ARKe. It is a full-color desktop system aimed at making 3D printing more accessible to the creative market.

According to Mcor, the ARKe offers some of the following features:

  • Full, photorealistic color: With a DPI of 4800×2400, Mcor ARKe brings high resolution color to the desktop transforming  desktop 3D printing from a monochromatic age to a world of full color
  • Cost-effectiveness: using Mcor’s unique Selective Deposition Lamination technology, Mcor ARKe makes low cost, professional class 3D printing accessible
  • Safety and eco-friendliness: No harmful particle emissions, or toxic chemicals are used during printing, making Mcor ARKe a safe addition to any classroom or office. Further, green processes and recyclable materials are used in operation.
  • Customization: Mcor ARKe allows users to choose from a selection of covers to suit their unique style.
  • Reliability and ease-of-use: High-resolution touchscreen and LED progress task bar makes viewing status of a build possible from anywhere in a classroom or studio.
“Our mission is to put a 3D printer in every office, classroom, and eventually every home, and Mcor ARKe is a huge step in that direction,” said Conor MacCormack, co-founder and CEO of Mcor Technologies. “The launch of Mcor ARKe is a defining moment for Mcor and the 3D printing industry, much like the iPhone was for Apple and the 747 was for Boeing. I believe that this is a disruptive step that will transform this industry stimulating widespread adoption of 3D printing particularly in education and among creative professional. Further, we have already received over 2,500 pre-orders for Mcor ARKe and anticipate unrivaled demand in 2016.”

For more information, visit Mcor Technologies.

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

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