Posts made in June, 2011


3DVIA Shape: 3D Design Made Easy


Posted By on Jun 30, 2011

Dassault Systemes offers a great 3D modeling software (for free) named “3DVIA Shape” “3DVIA Shape is a free online 3D modeling, remix and publishing application that allows anyone to easily share their ideas in 3D. Based on some of the most powerful modeling applications in the world, 3DVIA Shape allows users to create models, add textures and then publish them directly to our free online community located at 3DVIA...

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Sculpteo Team is pleased to announce that our online 3D Printing service has been awarded with the “Observeur du design 2012″ label. Sculpteo is now competing for the “Stars of the Observeur” award. Organized by APCI since 1999, the Design Observeur is a quality label, an award, exhibitions in France and abroad, and an international conference. The Design Observeur spot innovative designs (products, spaces and...

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On August 2010, in the deserts of Siwa (Egypt), Markus Kayser explores the potential of desert manufacturing, where energy (sun) and material (sand) occur in abundance. The Solar Sinter machine was tested for a two week period in mid-May. In the deserts of the world two elements dominate – sun and sand. The former offers a vast energy source of huge potential, the latter an almost unlimited supply of silica in the form of...

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We are proud to announce a partnership with Dassault Systèmes’ 3DVia.com, one of the top 3D communities on the Web. With this partnership, the 260,000+ users of 3DVIA.com community can order online 3D-printed versions of their 3DVIA-hosted models through the Sculpteo 3D Printing service. 3DVIA.com is an open platform accepting most 3D files, including CAD and other standard formats (OBJ, DAE, 3DXML, STEP and IGES). Community...

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What is 3D Printing? [Infographic]


Posted By on Jun 27, 2011

The transition from the age of industrialism to the age of information technology allowed us to explore virtuality and to manipulate those things in virtual space that had no physical form or presence. 3D printing allow us to manipulate reality rather than virtuality by allowing us to give form to conceptualizations. Download the infographic Related posts : How do we protect IP on sculpteo.com? 3D Printing Aids Product Development...

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Doppelgänger is a piece produced by Portuguese artist Didier Faustino and manufactured with the support of Sculpteo.com online 3D Printing service. It was exposed in the windows of Lafayette Maison from 16th to 20th June 2011. Here’s a description from the artist himself A white mask separates into two. Its conjoined parts fuse together recreating a sort of prosthesis for a mirror kiss. The double entry mask pivots the heads of...

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Pecha Kucha Night in Paris is a monthly event where 10 designers can demo their work. On June 22nd, Sculpteo CEO Clement Moreau made a presentation about 3D Printing at “Le Centquatre” as part of the event “Futur en Seine 2011“. PechaKucha Night was devised in Tokyo in February 2003 as an event for young designers to meet, network, and show their work in public. It has turned into a massive celebration, with...

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Now you can 3D Print a Glacier!


Posted By on Jun 22, 2011

This 3D model, produced using Shuttle Radar Topography Mission 90-m resolution data, was 3D printed for an expedition to study the Cho Oyu and Ngozumpa Glacier. Cho Oyu is the sixth highest mountain in the world at 8,201 meters (26,906 ft) above sea level. Cho Oyu lies in the Himalayas and is 20 km west of Mount Everest, at the border between China and Nepal. The Nguzumpa glacier below Cho Oyu, at 36 kilometres (22 mi), is the longest...

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Starting today, be among the first to buy one of our Manga figurines and you’ll have a chance to win a free entrance for the Japan Expo. Go to Sculpteo.com/japanexpo and use the code place_japanexpo before June 29. We will send you a mail to inform you if you’re among the winners. Free entrances are limited for the quickest of you. The others will receive a mini articulated robot. Related posts : Come and get manga-ified...

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Kevin McAlea, VP Global Marketing at 3D Systems, explains how SLS works. The machine used is a Vanguard Si You can see the step by step process on 3Dsystems.com – Mirrors direct the laser beam across the bed of powder – The Co2 laser selectively scans the powder bed – A new layer of powder is added, typically 0.1mm – 0.15mm – This layer is then melted thus building the part layer-by-layer Related posts :...

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