How can 3D printed adaptive aids help patients with arthritis?
Around the world, about 350 million people struggle with arthritis. That’s an enormous amount of people who seek help, even when it comes to simple tasks such as brushing your teeth. Many of them turn to adaptive aids, but they are expensive and do... Read More
How does a 3D printer work?
You want to use 3D printing, but don’t know how 3D printers work? Or maybe you are already using 3D printing but don’t really understand the way these impressive 3D machines work. That is why, today, we chose to focus on these amazing 3D printing sys... Read More
Micro 3D printing for telecommunication: Is it possible?
You know it already, mobile communications are quickly advancing and 5G connections might soon be part of our daily life. Ultra-fast video streaming, super-efficient car radars, and 5G communication systems could quickly be improved in the upcoming y... Read More
Battle of Software: Sculptris vs ZBrush
Need a 3D modeling software for a sculpting project but don’t know which one you should choose? ZBrush and Sculptris are two great 3D programs for sculpting purposes, and we decided to do a little battle of software between these two. Let’s see what ... Read More
Avez-vous déjà pensé à utiliser une solution Cloud pour gérer votre usine d’impression 3D ? Un logiciel d’impression 3D Cloud peut simplifier votre travail au quotidien, rendre vos équipes plus efficaces et sécuriser vos données....
3D printing and archeological challenges!
Here is a project developed by an archeology team at the University of California, in Los Angeles: they decided to help to reconstruct the ruins of Tiwanaku (AD 500 – 950). 3D modeling and 3D printing have been used to help this Unesco World Heritage... Read More
3D printed rocket: Rocket Lab launches first NASA mission
Did you know that you can 3d print Rocket engines? Not only that, but today, we will tell you about a new example of 3D printed rocket. The company Rocket Lab developed a 3D printed rocket and it has launched its first mission for NASA. A great way ... Read More
How to treat dyslexia using 3D printing?
Every day thousands of people are diagnosed with dyslexia. Dyslexia is a very common disorder, usually, discovered at an early age. It influences only writing and reading and can be treated by specialized teachers. However, they are lacking new too... Read More
3D printing business: What to expect for 2019?
The constant evolution of the 3D printing world offers diverse possibilities, enables new business models, and allows for the creation of amazing designs, impossible to build with traditional manufacturing techniques. If 2018 has already been a great... Read More
La découpe laser est un processus de fabrication numérique qui vous permettra de découper un grand choix de matériaux, alliant une très haute précision et d’excellentes finitions. ...
3D printing: What happened in 2018?
A lot of amazing things can happen in just one year. For 3D printing, 2018 has been a really great year, for the whole 3D printing world, but also for Sculpteo. Let’s take a look at this amazing year and more precisely, at all the amazing projects cr... Read More
Latest automotive news: Ford is using 3D printed brakes!
The automotive industry is one of the industries that makes the most of Additive Manufacturing. We already talked about 3D printed tires and other functional components, used, for instance, by Bugatti. It is not surprising that also Ford is moving fo... Read More
Discover more about 3D printing and digital manufacturing with our blog
Sculpteo is a digital manufacturing service that provides both a 3D printing and a laser cutting service. We decided to add a blog to our website back when the company was created. The overall goal is keep you updated on all the latest news and trends of the digital manufacturing in general and 3D printing in particular. On our blog you’ll find information on the 3D printers, on 3D modeling with detailed tutorials, comparisons between the technologies, events and even discounts.