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MCOR TECHNOLOGIES' UNPRECEDENTED COLOUR 3D PRINTING CAPABILITY NOW AVAILABLE IN ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CC

The Mcor IRIS prints in accurate colour.Mcor Technologies Ltd, manufacturer of the only line of desktop paper-based 3D printers in the world, and winner of the 2013 Brand of the Year Award, announced today that the profile for their Mcor IRIS 3D printer is included in the latest version of Adobe® Photoshop® CC, released today. Photoshop CC users can now select the Mcor IRIS, the world's most colour capable 3D printer, from a drop-down menu in the software, enabling them to print directly to a locally connected IRIS.


The ability for millions of Adobe Photoshop CC users to 3D print their designs in more than one million colours simultaneously, and virtually unlimited colour combinations, dramatically expands the opportunity for them to express their innovative visions and accurately replicate objects and designs they imagine or see in the world.

 

Photoshop CC users can now print directly to an Mcor IRIS 3D printer from within the software in order to print their designs in more than one million colours simultaneously."As part of yesterday's Adobe Creative Cloud™ update, the Mcor IRIS printer profile now ships as a standard feature of Photoshop CC. The Mcor IRIS is a great complement to our 3D printing offering due to its advanced colour capabilities," said Maria Yap, senior director of product management, Photoshop, Adobe. "Photoshop users are masters of colour theory and application, and we're excited to see how they apply their craft to physical objects produced on the Mcor IRIS."
"We are in this business to expand the possibilities of design and make it accessible to everyone, so we couldn't be more excited to join the Adobe Photoshop community," said Dr. Conor MacCormack, Mcor's co-founder and CEO. "We cannot wait to see what new kinds of creations the talented Photoshop community will produce, and we look forward to providing more ways for users to express their visions over the coming years."
www.mcortechnologies.com

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