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Mcor Technologies invited to exhibit their 3 dimensional parts at the 100% Design Exhibition in London

Mcor Technologies Ltd announced today that they have been invited to exhibit their 3D models at 100% Design, the UK’s leading architectural and design event to be held at Earls Court, London, Sept 24th – 27th, 2009. 100% Design London features a world-class interiors show and an innovative and sustainable architectural products event – the event attracted over 26,000 people last year.

The Mcor Matrix is the only 3D printer in the world that can use ordinary/used A4 paper and a water based adhesive to make 3D objects. This makes the system the ‘greenest’ 3D printer in the world and a real choice for designers and architects interested in sustainability.

Mcor has been invited by one of Ten’s designers, Hector Serrano http://www.hectorserrano.com/, to create 3 dimensional representations of his designs. Ad Award, studio of the year 2009, Serrano’s studio is highly renowned for its ideas on reducing our carbon footprint. Attendees at the show will be able to ‘feel’ the eco-friendly Mcor 3 dimensional parts first hand at Stand E42.

Doing It for the Kids is an exhibition of sustainable play design. The exhibition will present examples of sustainable toys and other play resources that inspire designers, educators and parents to be more critical and creative. Mcor have been invited by Redesignhttp://www.redesigndesign.org/, to contribute examples of sustainable 3 dimensional toys for the show. [re]design is a social enterprise that propagates sustainable actions through design. At a featured stand, attendees will experience eco-friendly ‘play’ with models produced on the Mcor Matrix.

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