Archive 2011-05 Sculpteo 3D Printing Blog

May 2011: This month on sculpteo blog, we covered the news and trends about 3d printing. You'll find a selection of tutorials and posts about the 3d printing technologies, the 3D printing materials and the best 3d modeling software

Fabaroni was a project from the How to Make (Almost) Anything Class of Fall 2007 (MIT) who decided to build a 3D Printer from scratch. They started to test the best material to use for this project. They choose food. After several tests they selected...

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Marianne Bust ready for 3D Printing


Posted By on May 26, 2011

Marianne is a national emblem of France and an allegory of Liberty and Reason. She represents France as a state, and its values. She is displayed in many places in France and holds a place of honor in town halls and law courts. In 1999, Laeticia Cast...

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Julien Deville from Yojigraphics can model your favorite pet. Then, the 3D Printing technology make the magic happen! What to do? Contact Julien at yojimbojul@gmail.com and send photos of your dog or cat. If you’re satisfied with the 3D model, you va...

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We’ve already told you about a very big 3D Printer. Today we introduce you a very small one from Vienna University of Technology. “The prototype of the printer is no bigger than a carton of milk, it weighs 1.5 kilograms”. “We will continue to reduce ...

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In this TV Show excerpt, our japanese friends scan a Melon in order to duplicate it using a 3D Printer from ZCorporation (ZPrinter 450). They are litteraly stunned by the result! After that, they explain what other things can be done with 3D Printing...

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Last week, NASA selected the first payloads for Reduced-Gravity Flights. Among them, you can see “Printing the Space Future” from Made In Space Inc. NASA has selected 16 payloads for flights on the commercial Zero-G parabolic aircraft and two suborbi...

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