Archive 2011-page-3 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

iRing3D was created by Dr. Eyal Nir, founder of ParaCloud. It’s an application for Jewelry Design. A simple and fun tool for creating rings on iPad (iPhone and Android version will follow) Just like any ParaCloud product, you can enjoy the creation o...

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According to Electronic News, the Australian-based company cybertechnology used 3D Printing for its CyberQuad Unmanned Aerial Vehicle “CyberSquad says 3D printing was critical in the design of its unmanned electric vertical take-off and landing syste...

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Learn how to design the best 3D models for Digital Light Synthesis (CLIP) 3D printing technology

3D printing resins using the Digital Light Synthesis technology, formerly known as CLIP, deliver incredible results but might not always be easy due to some specificities of this innovative process. Indeed, you should adapt to some special design con...

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In the March/April 2011 issue of Time Compression, Terry Wohler wrote a column entitled “Why You Won’t Have an AM Machine in Your Garage” Here is some interesting excerpts For many years, additive manufacturing (AM) industry insiders have speculated ...

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Continuing our exploration of 3D printing entrepreneurs in the US and the Bay Area, we went to the 2nd edition of the East Bay Mini Maker Faire. Hundred of makers and innovation enthusiasts gathered around incredible cars, robots, electronic music de...

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This ABC story is about the RepRap: an open-source self-replicating 3D Printer. The interviewee is Dr Adrian Bowyer, its inventor and senior lecturer in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Bath. Imagine the industrial revolu...

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