Archive 2011-page-20 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

As you may have noticed, the Sculpteo.com interface has recently undergone graphic and functional improvements. We have very much focused on how designers can control which customization choices they offer users. Personalization options can now be fi...

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A group of students from Massachusetts have invented AutoFrost, a robot that can draw frosting patterns on cakes. The principle is very simple: input the size and shape of your cake and draw your design using an interface reminiscent of Microsoft Pai...

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Want to pick up the moon ?


Posted By on Feb 11, 2011

Valentine’s day is near so what’s more natural than wanting to pick up the moon ? The moon, like a flower In heaven’s high bower, With silent delight Sits and smiles on the night [William Blake] This moon has been designed by cncdesignstudio Related ...

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4 areas where 3D Printing is unstoppable

The most attractive feature of 3D printing is the ability to create shapes and objects that cannot be achieved otherwise. In this eBook you will see 18 examples of products and research projects from the 4 categories below: complex geometries, mass c...

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3D fluid scanning


Posted By on Feb 10, 2011

Friedrich Kirschner’s 3D fluid scanning allow to capture the shape of any 3D object using high contrast fluid like milk or ink. “By capturing the silhouette of an object submersed in the fluid at different stages of submersion, one can generate slice...

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3D mapping of urban environments


Posted By on Feb 7, 2011

SAR interferometry has been successfully used to make a topographic map of the surface of the Earth. However, there is uncertainty as to whether the radar returns come from the actual ground surface, or from a higher point such as the canopy of a for...

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Doodz the little rebel


Posted By on Feb 4, 2011

Dooz is a character created by Jovani, a designer based in Austin (Texas). You can see others Jovani’s 3D models in our gallery. The word “Doodz” derives from “Dudes”, an American English slang term which basically means “a male person”. This term is...

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Surveylab, a mobile GIS systems provider, announces a new 3D modeling capability for its ikeGPS system. ikeGPS not only enables you to geo-tag an image of any distant object up to 1,000 meters distant, but now it also lets you create 3D models of mul...

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Discover their experiences regarding Additive Manufacturing, their expectations on the future of 3D printing and their tips for businesses using this technology.

Ever wondered what 3D printing experts have to say regarding this technology? How they experienced 3D printing, the business tips they would like to share and their visions for the future of 3D printing: here are all of the different questions we ask...

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Mount St. Helens, in Washington State (Northwest U.S.), erupted on May 18, 1980. It was extremely intense, spewing out around 2.9 cubic kilometres of material. The eruption itself was preceded by two months of earthquakes and steam jets caused by the...

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