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CES 2016: Desktop 3D printer uses paper, glue and razors

A desktop 3D printer that uses paper, ink and glue to create highly detailed objects has been unveiled at the CES tech show in Las Vegas.

Mcor said it was the first time such technology had become available in a machine suitable for classrooms and offices.

The device is one of many new 3D printers to have been announced.

Read and watch more from CES and follow the BBC team covering the event on Twitter.

  • 07 Jan 2016
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