Posts by Sculpteo


“Your imagination is the limit of 3D Printing” Have you ever read this before? Actually, that’s not entirely true… As for any technology, there are limits to 3D Printing and rules that you need to follow to use our 3D printers successfully. At Sculpteo, we are happy to 3D print every one of your creation but in some situations, we might have an internal conflict between pleasing you and making sure we can...

Read More

MIT hosts some of the most prolific labs when it comes to 3D printing! It excels in various fields such as design, materials or 3D printer.  Dr Pierre-Thomas Brun is a young French mathematician based at MIT and a member of the team that created the amazing molten glass 3D printer – which they call  “viscous sewing machine“. He kindly accepted to answer to our questions. Dr Pierre-Thomas Brun is an Instructor in...

Read More

Have you ever created a 3D model that could not be 3D printed because of its fragility? Calculating the minimum wall thickness is one of the most important steps when preparing a 3D model for 3D Printing. We prepared for you a summary of the tips to keep in mind when designing your part and a review of the Sculpteo’s 3D tools that will help you to succeed. When it comes to 3D printing disappointments, the fragility of the 3D...

Read More

The CLIP technology developped by Carbon was one of the most promising innovation in 2015. As a special partner of Carbon, Sculpteo offers you to be one the first users of this amazing 3D printer. Learn how to join CLIP Pilot Program here!   Why are we creating CLIP Pilot Program? CLIP is a brand new 3D printing technology that has been designed by the US-based company Carbon (former Carbon 3D). CLIP stands for Continuous Liquid...

Read More

Learning by making has a long established story in education, and thanks to 3D Printing this educational principle makes a real come-back. Introducing 3D Printing into classrooms changes both the way students learn and the way educators teach. Let’s examine some of the most exciting uses of 3D printing in education to better understand how 3D Printing improves both the teaching and learning process. Good news: machines are back in our...

Read More

It’s been a while since we’ve heard  stories about how 3D printing will  change retail as we know it. Think  of a shop in which you’ll  be scanned from top to bottom, one where you’ll leave with made to order products. Building on their early success in  3D printing, the major office supplier, Staples Inc., just opened a new platform for anyone  to discover professional quality 3D printing at fair market prices.   Sculpteo is...

Read More

How to optimize a mechanical design for 3D Printing? This topic is crucial when you’re re-designing an existing part, whose shape is derived from manufacturing needs. In this case study, we explain how to use cool softwares to re-design a part with the same function, same performance but less material. 2 weeks ago, Jess mentioned in an article about 3D Printing and mechanical engineering how we redesigned a spare part for an old...

Read More

This week, Sculpteo offers a very special discount on one of the most-requested 3D Printing Materials: White Plastic! So if you were ever thinking about 3D printing in polyamide (100 or 60 microns), now is the time to try. Polyamide offers great creative freedom. Almost all designs are 3D printable through our polyamide printing process thanks to the SLS professional printers that we are using. So don’t shy away from taller, thinner,...

Read More

Aerospace and 3D Printing are made for each other and NASA and European Space Agencies are demonstrating this almost every week. At Sculpteo we are proud to 3D-print for prestigious project like the Philae mission and produce some satellite parts for CNES. But there is also a lot of lovers of the stars among the Sculpteo folks. We asked them what’s their favorite story about Aerospace 3D Printing. Alvise likes the First espresso...

Read More

3D Printing is already reshaping a large number of industries and no-doubt that all potential applications are not discovered yet. This doesn’t prevent the researchers to work on the next step: 4D Printing. Programmable materials are able to change shape without complex stimulation. Watch them in action. 4D Printing is developed by Self-assembly Lab, which is a cross-disciplinary research lab at MIT inventing self-assembly and...

Read More
Page 1 of 2212345678910...20...22

Keep up to date with Sculpteo by signing up to our newsletter!

 

Sign Up now!

CLOSE