48 hour sale: 20% off your white and dyed plastic 3D prints!
Flash Sale! Save 20% on your white and dyed plastic 3D prints today and tomorrow. With the code MAIA we are offering a 20% discount on 3D printed white or dyed plastic in all its forms: 100µ or 60µ layer thickness, raw or polished, normal or express production or economy plan. Make sure you don’t miss out! Among all of our materials, plastic is definitely the most famous and the most requested. There’s a lot of good... Read More
Threats and opportunities for 3D Printing industry on 2016: what’s your guess?
“What trends would you anticipate having a major impact on 3D printing?” 250 additive manufacturing users recently gave their analysis on possible evolutions of the 3D industry, which we have reported in Sculpteo’s 2nd annual State of 3D Printing. Today we share with you an exclusive insight on our report. To conduct a proper text analysis on this particular question, we defined the verbatims with keywords and made a... Read More
3D Printing with Carbon Rigid Polyurethane resin : the complete Q&A
Over the past 10 weeks, we’ve had the opportunity to use the new Carbon3D M1 digital light projector (DLP) resin-based 3D printer. Not only is the M1 printer the fastest in its category (stereolithography (SLA) printers), it also is compatible with a wide range of materials. In this blog series, 3D printing engineer Chris Lau, our M1 specialist, will share his expertise on the Carbon 3D M1 resins. This first article will focus... Read More
Introducing the Smoothing Beautifier: a new standard for high-quality 3D printed parts
After a long period of research, the Sculpteo team has developed a brand new patent pending process to smooth laser sintered plastics. You can get prototypes that look like the finished product and small series that truly have a high-quality surface finish. We’re super excited to introduce our latest finishing option: the Smoothing Beautifier! Many of you have given us feedback on the quality surface of the laser sintered parts.... Read More
How to manage your Sculpteo notifications
Did you know that you could customize which notifications you receive from us and how you receive them? This post handles everything related to your Sculpteo notifications and it’s divided into four sections based on the type of notification. Continue reading for an explanation of what these notification settings mean. Sculpteo aims to be the handiest 3D printing online service. In order to achieve that, we try to give... Read More
State of 3d Printing 2016: first results about our methodology and the sample
Sculpteo State of 3D Printing surveyed nearly 1,000 engineers and design professionals at virtually all levels, across all industries, and around the world. We asked what they do, why they do it, how they do it, and if it’s working. The State of 3D Printing report breaks it all down. We will cover the main results in a series of posts. The first one is dedicated to our methodology and the samples. What is the ROI of 3D... Read More
5 things that you should not do with our 3D Printers
“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
Glass 3D Printer by MIT: an exclusive interview with Dr Pierre-Thomas Brun
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
Our Best Tips about Wall Thickness for 3D Printing
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
Discover CLIP Pilot Program!
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
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