Category Archives: Tutorials

Sculpteo Tools: Repair your 3D files with Sculpteo

3D Printing works with 3D files. That’s stating the obvious. However every 3D file is not printable in 3D. Some software is directly programed to export printable 3D files without having to know tricks to make closed volumes, but most of the software out there isn’t particularly “user-friendly” when it comes to creating a printable […]Read More…

Upload 25 different types of 3D files

Whatever 3D software you use, there is always a solution to upload your file on Sculpteo’s website! Of course, an STL file – the most common type of 3D model format – can be uploaded for a 3D printed through Sculpteo’s services with no problem. That being said there are 25 other file types you […]Read More…

Directly display your 3D models on your website or your blog

You’re looking for a way to display your 3D file online? Sculpteo has the solution for you! There are many different options, whether you’re looking to embed your 3D file on your blog, your website, or even through WordPress using Sculpteo’s easy Embed Tool.   The Embed tool is incredibly easy. You can directly access […]Read More…

Optimization Tools: Batch Control

3D modeling softwares, Sketchup for example, offer a great flexibility when it comes to designing objects, but those objects aren’t always ready for a 3D print. Sometimes you need more than one of the same object, but not so many to justify a series of a couple hundred thousand. Luckily, Sculpteo offers an online optimization tool […]Read More…

Optimization Tools: Solidity Check

3D modeling softwares, Sketchup for example, offer a great flexibility when it comes to designing objects, but those objects aren’t always ready for a 3D print. The physics in the program and the physics in real life aren’t always congruous. Luckily, Sculpteo offers an online optimization tool which will show you exactly where your object […]Read More…