Archive 2012-05 Sculpteo 3D Printing Blog

May 2012: This month 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

Sculpteo participates to the Designer’s Days 2012. From May 31 to July 4, immerse yourself in the Paris design scene. Multiple places and designers are presenting their work and some of them are using 3D printing. We created an interactive map of pla...

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Sculpteo at Web2Day Nantes


Posted By on May 29, 2012

Sculpteo will be at Web2Day Nantes for a panel about 3D printing. It will be a good time to discuss the latest innovations in 3D printing and talk about the future of production and design. We’ll be on stage at 2pm in the Maxi Hall, along with modera...

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Artist in residence Norwood Viviano presents the sculpture project that he is currently creating at Corning Museum of Glass. He is using 3D printed landscape models as parts of his urban landscape glass sculptures exploring issues related to industry...

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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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Olympic stadiums are complicated pieces. They include outside and inside parts, small details and large flat areas. What kind of other buildings may need to model hundred of seats and large green surface in the same time? Complicated model means… 3D ...

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Get started with the best free tools to repair your 3D files

The Fix Your Files for 3D Printing Ebook is a comprehensive PDF that includes a list of the most common modelling mistakes, a complete list of Sculpteo’s online 3D printing tools for automatic tasks and the best software to analyze and repair 3D file...

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A new international challenge wants to leverage 3D printing technologies for the developing world. It is called 3D4D Challenge and the winner will get $100,000 for implementing his idea in the real world. A shortlist of finalists will receive each a ...

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