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How do we protect IP on sculpteo.com?

How do we protect IP on sculpteo.com?


Designer and creators, ever wonder what happens with your files’ privacy after they’re uploaded on sculpteo.com? Well wonder no more! This post offers all the information as to the privacy of your file after it is uploaded to the site. When it comes to privacy rights, some compare additive manufacturing to the revamping of the music industry with the rise of iTunes and online music services. Like an MP3 file, a 3D file can...

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We are happy to announce you  a new collaboration with Tom Dixon, Stratasys and Dassault Systèmes at the Milan Furniture Fair. This is the first open design competition based on a modular concept. Tom Dixon will give participants access to the design files of new products, and challenge them to reconfigure and remix into different functional objects. The winning entry, chosen by a jury including Tom Dixon will receive an iPad, and we...

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The Sculpteo team launches an universal dock adaptor for iPhone 5. The iPhone 5 uses a different connector than all previous Apple phones models. Your favourite dock is now useless…. Really? 3D printing is changing the game. You can now 3D print your own dock at Sculpteo to support and protect your Apple Lightning cable. Simply add our 3D printed piece to your dock and transform your old adaptor into a brand new one. The iPhone...

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Made in 3D, the 3D design challenge organized in partnership between Dassault Systèmes and Sculpteo, in now over. Here are the results: Aude Massoni is the Grand Prize Winner with her Physalis Jewelry Petar KOSTOV wins the Runner Up Prize with his Butterfly-inspired Ear Cuffs Beru ICHIKAWA and his anti-mosquito lamp gets the 2nd Runner Up Prize Thanks to all of you who shared the story behind their design and show the different steps...

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ENSAD (Ecole Nationale des Arts Decoratifs) Paris showed off a beautiful 3D printed model – called 173124345 octets – created by 7 architecture students from the school: Claire Andrieu, Nina Couvert, Marie Damiens, Quentin Delépine, Elisa Fichet, Lise Moutard, Marylis Rousselot. The model has been 3D printed at Sculpteo. It is part of GEANT, an exhibition organized by the Student’s Office of ENSAD Paris....

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