Monthly Archives: July 2012


Take a Look at The Rygo, the Largest 3D Printed Sculpture in North America

The Rygo is the largest sculpture ever 3D printed in North America. After months of work and preparation, it is now ready for its unveiling event happening in Vancouver, Canada, tomorrow July 26.

The Rygo is a collaboration between famous 3D artist Bathsheba Grossman, D-Shape founder Enrico Dini who has created the world largest concrete 3D printer (we told you about it) and project manager and maker JF Brandon.

The Rygo weights 3,600 pounds (1633 kilos) and is 7ft tall (2 meters). Take a look at the pictures, it’s seriously amazing!

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Results of our First Iphone Case Design Challenge!

Results of our first iPhone Case Design Contest are finally out!

We would like to address a big THANK YOU to all of you for your participation. It has been a pleasure to see so many creative propositions. 3D printing is definitively an inspiring technology for customized products and unique designs!

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Still Another Integration of Sculpteo Technologies: Discover the iPhone App Voxel, 3D Pixel Editor

Number of companies integrating our Sculpteo technologies is bursting this month!

After AutoDesk 123D last week, it’s now the turn of Flat Black Films, creators of the awesome 3D design app Voxel, to adopt Sculpteo 3D printing Cloud technologies!

Voxel is a free iPhone app that allows you to build models from little cubes or “voxels”. If you are familiar with the Sculpteo online workshops, imagine our Pixel Engine in an iPhone app.

Voxel is a 3D pixel editor. It lets you create retro-looking figures, objects and scenes. Thanks to the new Sculpteo integration, you can know order 3D prints of your models directly from the app. Choose between multicolor or shiny plastic.

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