Mcor Announces Unprecedented Color Accuracy and One-Click File Fixing at RAPID Conference in Detroit
Mcor Technologies today announced that the Mcor IRIS, already the world’s most color-capable 3D printer, became the first 3D printer to include an International Color Consortium (ICC) profile. The profile ensures that the 3D printer will precisely produce industry-standard colors as presented in a photographer’s, engineer’s or designer’s photograph, CAD model, scan or illustration. Without the ICC profile, 3D printers translate incoming colors to machine-specific ones, introducing unintended changes in the 3D printed colour along the way. The ICC color profile is embedded within the company’s latest version of its SliceIT driver software.
Mcor also announced one-click automatic file-fixing, which makes design files ready to print as they’re received. The new automated file-fixing software, included with every Mcor 3D printer, removes unseen geometries that can complicate 3D printing of sophisticated models.
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This announcement was made at the Society of Mechanical Engineers' (SME) RAPID conference in Detroit, which focuses on 3D printing, 3D scanning and additive manufacturing.
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