From CES 2013 to CES 2014: a summary of Sculpteo’s year!
Posted By Arthur Cassaignau on Jan 7, 2014 |
It’s been a year already! And each year at Sculpteo starts with the CES in Las Vegas.
Last year during the CES 2013, we introduced our 3DP Case application and we won the” Best of Innovation Awards in the category Software & Mobile apps” . A year later, the CES Unveiled 2014 was also the time for us to announce our new “Batch Control” feature.
2013 was about two things for Sculpteo. First to give everyone the possibility to get in touch with us and be present to as many international events as possible. In a year, we’ve been to almost 10 Maker Faire, more than 10 international events around 3D printins, design and innovations (with shows such as Inside 3D Printing, 3D Print Show, CES, TCT Show, Milan Design Faire, Futur en Seine, etc.), a little bit less than 10 Meetups in Paris, many conferences, live webinars and 1 Printathon!
Our plan is to do even better this year! And it starts with our presence at the CES 2014 in the South Hall 3 booth 31417. It will be followed by Nora’s talk “Why 3D printing is not the revolution you expect?” at Parisoma and our presence during the 3D Printer World Show in Burbank at the end of the month.
The second 2013 aim was also to develop our 3D Printing Cloud Engine offer. We’ve developped, many APIs to help you do two kinds of things. Some of them provide you graphic components to display a gallery, a 3D viewer, a thumbnail or an upload button. Others help you handle the datas around your 3D files so that you can upload a model, get a price, or order a model.
Thanks to all those tools, we now count famous international brands among our clients and partners. In 2013, we teamed up with Ebay, Orange, La Poste, Amazon.com, CGtrader, Mecube, let’s create pottery, Autodesk 123D Creatures and many more.
The announcement of Batch Control at CES 2014 is the continuation of vision. We want to take additive manufacturing to the next level, and allow everyone from individuals to businesses to integrate 3D printing in their manufacturing process.
And last but not the least, we launched a German version of our website to give you the opportunity to handle your order directly in German.
2013 was a really exciting year for Sculpteo’s team. We begun the year with many projects and in the end we finished 2013 with even more. We couldn’t imagined it would be such a blast, and that you’d be so many reaching out to us and supporting us. We hope 2014 will be even better, and we wish you all the best!