Posts made in July, 2011


This Time lapse video show you the 6 hours modeling of the Olympic 2012 Stadium by Jon Fidler At 4:13 the model is 3D Printed using the FDM technology You can follow Jon Fidler on Twitter and Facebook Image Credit: see Wikipedia Related posts : The different technologies behind 3D Printing SEND TO PRINT / PRINT TO SEND until February 25 at the Aram Gallery, London 3D Printing Aids Product Development Sculpteo Success Story: Backbone...

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Engineers at the University of Southampton have designed and flown the world’s first ‘printed’ aircraft, which could revolutionise the economics of aircraft design. SULSA (Southampton University Laser Sintered Aircraft) plane is an unmanned air vehicle (UAV) whose entire structure has been printed, including wings, integral control surfaces and access hatches. It was printed on an EOS EOSINT P730 nylon laser sintering machine, which...

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Here at Sculpteo we love apps that make it easier to create 3D models. iCeramic Art for iOS is one of them. With this Virtual Pottery App you can create a unique 3D Model that can be exported in OBJ format and attached to an email. Send us your creations at upload@sculpteo.com The best model will be 3D Printed for free. Features . 3 types of sculpting tool command (changeable a degree of affected working area) . 4 steps of undo, redo...

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Last week I wrote about this new file format that is set to replace the old STL format. Our developpement team has done a great job because today I can announce that Sculpteo now support the AMF format (see all the file formats supported) Here’s the proof with the test file Rook.amf Now, it’s your turn: Upload every 3D models you want in the Sculpteo Gallery STL to AMF converter allows you to open STL files and “save...

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Customizable Space Invaders Keyring


Posted By on Jul 25, 2011

Space Invaders enemies come out into the real world with this customizable keyring. Space Invaders is an arcade video game designed by Tomohiro Nishikado, and released in 1978. It was originally manufactured and sold by Taito in Japan, and was later licensed for production in the United States by the Midway division of Bally. Space Invaders is one of the earliest shooting games and the aim is to defeat waves of aliens with a laser...

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A newly approved standard for 3-D printing file interchange will greatly enhance 3-D printing capabilities, says Cornell’s Hod Lipson, who led the development of the standard. The new file format, which was also developed by former Cornell graduate student Jonathan Hiller, replaces the old STL (StereoLithography) format by adding native support for color, multiple materials and higher resolutions. AMF (Additive Manufacturing...

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Minecraft collaborative 3D modeling


Posted By on Jul 21, 2011

The guys at FyreUK (Matt and Phil) make amazing Timelapse videos of incredible Minecraft creations: a huge train station, a dam, etc. Matt, Phil and a lot of Minecraft players build structures that can take up to over 3 days to build. On their blog, Matt and Phil explain: “Having 20 people building in one timelapse video can become very crazy and you have no idea how to control those people but if you are a voice of reason and...

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Sam Green from Objet Geometries made his first video blog post yesterday. He shows how an Objet Connex 500 3D printer can produce 6 different size adjustable wrenches from 5cm in size to 49 cm in size – all in one print run. The wrenches are made of Objet’s ABS-like material which has the strenght and toughness of ABS-grade engineering plastics. Source: It’s a 3D World Related posts : No related...

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On April we announced a partnership with Lille soccer team. LOSC Lille won the “Coupe de France” final on May 14th and the Ligue 1 Championship on May 21th. They were – and still are – the first soccer team to offer customizable 3D Printed figurines to their supporters. If you live near Lille, you can see “Mini You” on display in the two official LOSC Boutiques. On the flyers there is a promocode...

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If you are a faithful reader of Sculpteo 3D Printing blog you should remember a 3D Printer that use A4 Paper as a raw material The 3D Printer from Mcor Technologies has printed this Cube made of gears Now, while you might not think that this object from Mcor is all that extraordinary—after all, the other guys have created a wrench and this appears to be nothing more than a pink geared thing—it is arguably all the more extraordinary...

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