MCOR Arke Edges Out Apple's Desktop 3D Printing Plans

MCOR Releases full color desktop 3D printer

Rumors have been flying that Hewlett-Packard will break into the desktop 3D printing market in 2016. And, Apple's recent patent application showing early 3D desktop-ready designs, speculation is high about how this hot new trend will play out in the new year. We're not wondering though, because 3D printer industry leader MCOR has beat all these household names to the punch. Introducing: MCOR Arke - the world's first, full-color 3D desktop printer.


Small businesses, educational facilities, and designers are reeling over the possibilities of how 3D printing condensed into the convenience of a desktop printer could revolutionize their businesses and classrooms. Although Apple's patent suggests that the company would use a two nozzle extrusion system to build and color printed objects as they were being printed, MCOR crushes this advantage by harnessing their proprietary, non-toxic 3D printing methodology to achieve better results than Apple's duel extruded could hope to achieve. MCOR 3D printers are known for creating useable parts with photographic color application minus the harsh chemicals and arduous finishing procedures.

This revolutionary, eco-friendly technology was first introduced with the full-size MCOR Iris Full Color 3D Printer, which can create ready-to-use colored parts using simple computer paper. The resulting components are as hard as wood and completely recyclable. This bleeding-edge vision has catapulted MCOR in front of some of the most popular and innovative organizations in the world...not just in the 3D printing industry.

Although Apple's patent clearly validates the market's emerging interest (and MCOR's early investment) in easy, colorful, print-and-go components, it may be difficult for these big names to catch up with MCOR's newest printer. MCOR has already enjoyed several years to perfect the Iris 3D printer, giving them a unique advantage when shrinking this technology into a desktop version.


Over the next decade, MCOR hopes to grow their business exponentially to help encourage large scale adoption of 3D printing in every office, classroom, and home. Because the MCOR Arke is also remarkably affordable for such a new and unique innovation (being released for sale at just under $10,000), 3D printing is becoming more affordable and accessible than ever.

Almost every tech and 3D printing blog is heralding the advent of desktop 3D printing. It's one of 2016's most popular investments and will likely play a large part in the ever-constant tech race. We're proud to know who's winning the race and stand beside the company leading the charge. Most importantly, we can't wait to hear what you dream up with your own desktop 3D printer.

Preorders Now Available Soon

If you are interested in pre-ordering the MCOR ARKe 3D printer, contact us now to get on the waiting list as there is already a backorder of printers and the line is getting longer. 

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