This 3D Printer Builds Full-Color Paper Models!

Traditional desktop 3D printers use melted plastic as their build material, but Mcor’s printers layer sheets of paper on top of each other to create their models. We check out the new Mcor Arke, a printer that cuts from a large spool of paper, glues those sheets together, and then prints color on them to turn digital files into large paper models!

Shot by Adam Isaak and edited by Joey Fameli

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12 thoughts on “This 3D Printer Builds Full-Color Paper Models!

  1. JD Harding

    Now we just need a 3D printer that we can shove a tree into and it'll print paper objects. Cut out the paper dependency entirely.

     

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