Mcor said it was the
first time such technology had become available in a machine suitable for
classrooms and offices.
Mcor Arke creates colour models at a resolution of 4,800 by 2,400 dots per
inch, providing higher detail than many 2D printers.
this by using razors to cut plain paper into shape, inkjets to colour it and
then glue to join all the layers together and to laminate the final object.
firm believes its use of normal paper gives it an edge over rivals.