Gallery: 9 Amazing 3D-Printed Innovations Spotted at the 2013 Inside 3D...

One of the most interesting things we came across at the show was Mcor Technologies' IRIS paper-based 3D printer, which uses regular paper as its base material rather than a plastic or a polymer.

One of the most interesting things we came across at the show was Mcor Technologies‘ IRIS paper-based 3D printer, which uses regular paper as its base material rather than a plastic or a polymer. The resulting 3D models are cut out and bonded together in the machine, creating durable figures for a fraction (about 20 to 30 times cheaper) than other non paper-based machines.

If simply 3D printing on your 3D-printer isn’t enough for you, Leonar3do allows you to use a 3D mouse and 3D glasses to create your design as well.

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