ComeTrue full-colour 3D printer to make North American debut at CES 2017
Taiwanese manufacturer, ComeTrue 3D is set to demo its ComeTrue T10 full colour powder-based 3D printer for the first time in North America at CES 2017 in Las Vegas.
The desktop machine will feature inside the Taiwan Excellence Pavilion, designed to showcase the most innovative consumer products from across the region, on 5-8th January at the Las Vegas Convention Centre (LVCC), South Hall 1.
Launched earlier this year by MicroJet Technology Co. Ltd., the machine uses a patented ComeTrue Binder Jetting (CBJ) technology which leverages custom designed inkjet heads and print engine for a continuous CMYK ink supply using gypsum-based composite powders.
Full-colour relief sculpture.
ComeTrue is targeting a diverse range of markets with the machine including bio-medical modelling and more consumer-orientated applications such as digital art and 3D figurines. However, education is a particularly important sector for the manufacturer, which believes the use of colour 3D printing is a key enabler for creativity in STEM subjects.
Visitors to CES 2017 will be able to see a live demo of machine along with examples of full-colour prints.
For more on 3D Printing at CES 2017, take a look at the full TCT @ CES 2017 3D Printing Conference line-up featuring speakers from GE Additive, Reebok, Intel and many more.