Posts made in April, 2012


We have great news today for all lovers of OpenSCAD and parameters for 3D designs. You can now have your build-in OpenSCAD parameters directly available for you and your customers on Sculpteo! This unique feature makes it very simple to turn any OpenSCAD file into a configurable Sculpteo design. We extended the idea behind CloudSCAD to propose this exclusive feature. —————– Example 1 : Parameterized...

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You can now 3D print very large objects in polyamide on Sculpteo.com! Time has come to think BIG. The new maximal dimensions for white plastic 3D printing are: 677mm x 368 mm x 565 mm (26.6 inch x 14.4 inch x 22.2 inch). Perfect for end products, big mechanical parts, figurines, real-size prototypes or models! Our white plastic is a strong white polyamide material which has a grainy texture and is slightly porous. It allows any kind...

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Sculpteo 3D printing service is now integrated to 3DTin, the 3D modeling tool that runs directly in your browser. Export your files on Sculpteo.com for easy 3D printing. We produce your object and send it to you. You receive your creation a few days later at your doorstep. 3DTin is free and works on Google Chrome and Firefox with WebGL support. Everyone can use it as soon as designs are in Creative Commons. Because it is a service in...

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Our White Detail Resin material is having a great success among the community. You have lots of questions regarding the best practices to apply for getting the desired result. Let’s try to answer them! How does the White Detail Resin look like? White Detail Resin is a rigid and opaque material. The default result is a white smooth surface which is matted or polished, depending on your object. For what kind of pieces is the White...

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Today was the last day of the Milan Design Week. We were very glad to present our 3D printing technologies and vision on Design 2.0 the all week. 13500 attendees on Saturday! As you know, Sculpteo and Particule 14‘s designers collaborated to explore possibles of 3D printing technologies for the future of design. Let’s highlight today the three last pieces created by Particule 14 and available on the Sculpteo iPhone app and...

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Our collaboration with Particule 14 at the Design Milan Week is still visible until tomorrow at France Design exhibition. Today, we would like to highlight two other creations exploring possibles of 3D printing technologies. Zozio by Marc Bretillot Zozio is a set of one-of-a-kind spoons that let you smell and eat food in a personalized object. You decide on the profile (size, shape) of your spoon’s “nose” and have it...

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Ever seen the Paddle boat made up by Leonardo Da Vinci? It now exists as an animated 3D design and a 3D print. And you can compare both at the Milan Design Week until Sunday! Our partner Dassault Systèmes created 3D models for Da Vinci Virtual Museum II, a virtual exhibition happening at the Leonardo Da Vinci Museum. Inventions of Leonardo Da Vinci have been modelized in 3D. Virtual visitors can admire an animated Flying machine, a...

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Particule 14 collaborates with Sculpteo for the Milan Design Week. We presented you Cup by Normal Studio and Katiska Lamp by Fx Balléry. Today, we highlight the creations of Mathilde Bretillot and Patrick Nadeau. Parure by Mathilde Bretillot Parure hangs on a wall and acts as a hook and a shelf designed for holding things: dresses, scarfs, jewelry, small objects. This creation of Mathilde Bretillot uses Sculpteo 3D printing...

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Sculpteo is at the Milan Design Week with Particule 14 on Material Matters 2 exhibition, with NoDesign presenting exclusive designs conceived for the Sculpteo iPhone app and… at Tom Dixon’s MOST Salone with our partner Dassault Systèmes! Yes, we love design and we think that 3D printing is among the most important trend of a new era of Design 2.0. MOST Salone is taking place at the National Museum of Science and Technology...

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Particule 14 and Sculpteo have chosen to explore together the potential for diversity of 3D printing technology. This collaboration resulted in nine exclusive designs entirely conceived with 3D printing and presented at Materials Matters 2 at Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan. All nine designs are available in the Sculpteo store of Particule 14 and in the Sculpteo app. Let’s highlight today two of the nine creations...

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