Archive 2011-page-2 Sculpteo 3D Printing Blog

2011: This day 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

Next week, there will be 2 great opportunities to catch up with Sculpteo at these events in Paris ! On November 22th starts the European Consumer Forum 2011 organized by Dassault Systems. The ECF is THE Dassault Systèmes’ event that drives industry p...

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The Ateliers de Paris, a place which promote creation and innovation in the sectors of art, fashion and design collaborate with Sculpteo. To promote the development of sustainable and innovative projects, Ateliers de Paris organize different meetings...

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An ecosystem of hardware startups is emerging in the Bay Area. We are glad to meet entrepreneurs, investors and mentors sharing their enthusiasm and projects with us. The digital fabrication movement – 3D printing is one of the key tools of it – is a...

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Happy Halloween!


Posted By on Oct 31, 2011

Bits From Bytes Headquarter made a great video entitled “3D Printing a Ghost” to wish you a Happy Halloween They even let you download the STL file to print your own ghost MakerBot shared a Halloween Party video Google SketchUp published the results ...

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Thingiverse user “eried” designed this incredible 3D Printable Velcro “This is the first iteration (third internal) of my attempt to make printable Velcro. It is pretty nice to hang things, probably this small piece will resist much more than a kilog...

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3D Printed Mechanical Counter


Posted By on Oct 26, 2011

NYCResistor‘s Eric Skiff interviewed Chris Fenton, an electrical engineer living in NYC who built a mechanical counter with his MakerBot. Chris found this idea in an old book of mechanical mechanisms. He explains it’s only part of a bigger project to...

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