Posts made in July, 2011


Engineers at the University of Southampton have designed and flown the world’s first ‘printed’ aircraft, which could revolutionise the economics of aircraft design. SULSA (Southampton University Laser Sintered Aircraft) plane is an unmanned air vehicle (UAV) whose entire structure has been printed, including wings, integral control surfaces and access hatches. It was printed on an EOS EOSINT P730 nylon laser sintering machine, which...

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Here at Sculpteo we love apps that make it easier to create 3D models. iCeramic Art for iOS is one of them. With this Virtual Pottery App you can create a unique 3D Model that can be exported in OBJ format and attached to an email. Send us your creations at upload@sculpteo.com The best model will be 3D Printed for free. Features . 3 types of sculpting tool command (changeable a degree of affected working area) . 4 steps of undo, redo...

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Last week I wrote about this new file format that is set to replace the old STL format. Our developpement team has done a great job because today I can announce that Sculpteo now support the AMF format (see all the file formats supported) Here’s the proof with the test file Rook.amf Now, it’s your turn: Upload every 3D models you want in the Sculpteo Gallery STL to AMF converter allows you to open STL files and “save...

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Space Invaders enemies come out into the real world with this customizable keyring. Space Invaders is an arcade video game designed by Tomohiro Nishikado, and released in 1978. It was originally manufactured and sold by Taito in Japan, and was later licensed for production in the United States by the Midway division of Bally. Space Invaders is one of the earliest shooting games and the aim is to defeat waves of aliens with a laser...

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