Posts made in December, 2013


Expectations about 3D printing were high since the technology started to be democratized. Even though almost everyone agrees on the amazingness of this technology, not everyone knows what to do with it. Makers and hackers are driving this industry. They are the heroes championing it, but businesses will be needed to make it truly mainstream. During this 2-hour talk, composed of case studies and examples, we will demonstrate why 3D...

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Meet Philippe Girard!


Posted By on Dec 26, 2013

This week, if you want to see the work of a talented artist, we suggest you take a look at Philippe Girard’s work. We’ve caught up with him and had a little chat to talk about art, 3D printing and digital creation. Tell us a little bit about you? Who’s Philippe Girard? Where are you located? Trained as a ‘graphiste’ deasingner  ,settled   in Paris ,I began in 87 my research  on sensitive figuration of...

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Sculpteo’s team wishes each one of you happy holidays. We hope you get to spend some time with your family, friends, and beloved ones. Lots of Christmas food (and probably some drinks to keep the hearts warm), but also for some of you a little bite of 3D printing. Ho! Ho! Ho! Related posts: Discover our new Painting Colors |...

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Friday Pick List


Posted By on Dec 20, 2013

The weekend is close, as is Chritstmas. There is a time for everything and now is the time for 3D printed toys. Andreas created new helmets for your Lego’s character. He focused on creating historical reproductions of real helmets that fit Lego little guys. You can find models from the Napoleonic period for instance. He has tried a large variety of colors and materials, and suggests that you print it in plastic or colored...

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Want to redecorate your student room? Already tried your favorite movie posters, photos of your buddies and souvenirs from your latest trips but there’s still a little something missing? We’re launching a new contest on Studyka platform to help you do just that. Your mission? You and your team need to create a 3D printable file to turn into reality. The winning team will leave for New York to exhibit their object, printed in 3D,...

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Sculpteo speaks German!


Posted By on Dec 18, 2013

Hello German speakers! We have great news for you. We just released a German version of our website. So starting now, you’ll be able to browse through our website in German. If ordering 3D prints in your mother tongue is not enough, then we’ll give you an extra reason to use the German version of Sculpteo. Here is a 10% reduction code: willkommen   If you find any mistake browsing the pages in German, don’t...

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Holidays haven’t begun yet, but we’re already thinking ahead at Sculpteo. Directly after New Year’s Eve, Sculpteo’s team is heading to Vegas for CES 2014. This is a long tradition for us. Three years in a row, we’ve been there to make our major announcements at the beginning of the year. This year is no exception, and we’ve some surprises to come. It’s just three weeks away, so you’ll...

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Friday Pick List


Posted By on Dec 13, 2013

Another week comes to an end. But it’s not a sad news, on the contrary! It’s time to discover our friday pick list with some awesome 3D printed objects. AIKA imagined a very beautiful way of hanging your jewelry to your wall. The Miloo01 design has been printed in alumide. It looks amazing. Emily, the designer behind the show Glucose Sweet Design, created a nice light holder with a mexican inspiration. It’s printed...

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Amazon.com released a new Sculpteo gallery in its jewelry department to offer 3D printed jewelry. We worked with Amazon to integrate a wide range of designs from various well-known designers of our website.    Starting today, you’ll be able to order 3D printed rings, pendants and bracelets on Amazon.com. Designers and Design Studios like Nervous System, Monomer, Sweet Glucose Design or Ricapuli are featured in the...

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This is the second post featuring the most asked questions to Sculpteo’s team. This week the questions are focused on Sculpteo’s activity itself. How can I see your different materials? Come participate to our different events. We always come with many different 3D printed objects. You’ll be able to see our 7 different materials (that means a total of 48 different finishes). We organizes Meetups in Paris every month, and...

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