Category Archives: 3D Inspiration

Outcasts of Jupiter and their 3D printed figurines

The comic Outcast of Jupiter combines everything that make a great project: created by three siblings, its designs look amazing, it was launched through crowdfunding and… they use 3D printing to produce their figurines. We met Shofela Coker, the artist behind the comic. It all started when their creators were still children, as Shof explained: […]Read More…

Get your mini-me with Captured Dimensions

Captured Dimensions offers 3D scans and prints at competitive prices. They use a process called photogrammetry to create 3D scans of you, your baby, or even your dog. From there the scans are processed through Sculpteo to create heirlooms to be passed on for generations. All 3D printing services require a 3D printable file before […]Read More…

The basics for turning your ideas into 3D prints

Whether you’re a 3D design extraordinaire or someone with a great idea, its possible to get your vision printed through the Sculpteo website. There are hundreds of possibilities to turn your idea into a physical object, here are just a few. The best way to get exactly what you are looking for a 3D print […]Read More…

The world’s first 3D printed football equipments by Nike

It’s no secret that Nike has been working with 3D printing since a long time. 3D printing has helped the sport giant for the prototyping phase of its product development. But for the 2014 Soccer Worldcup, Nike takes it to the next step and launches a 3D printed world’s premiere: 3D printed sport equipments. The […]Read More…