Posts made in March, 2014


Hello Everyone! We have great news! We’ve waited a few days until it’s finally online but Alexis, our Production Director, came to the rest of the team with great news somewhere during the week to tell us we were ready to launch a new material: our translucent resin! Your calls for an ideal material to simulate glass and translucent parts have been answered. In other words, it’s a rigid and nearly colorless high...

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There are many Hackathon out there, but this one is another kind. The team behind Hack4France imagined a two months online Hackathon during which developers from everywhere can join to imagine new ways to use APIs. The contest is divided in 3 steps. And we need your help for the first one. Along with about 20 others French startups that developed an API, we are running to be selected as finalists and thus let developers master the use...

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Announcing the New Upload and Checkout


Posted By on Mar 27, 2014

Hi, I’m Alex, in charge of User Experience here at Sculpteo. I thought I’d take a minute to let you know about some changes that we’ll be rolling out over the coming weeks, starting with new upload and checkout forms. After working with some of our users over the past few months at our meetups and events, we found our users are generally happy with our features, but they sometimes felt things could be clearer. We’ve been making things...

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More and more apps are created to let you make 3D models online. However just a few are directly targetted at young children. Antomicsoom had the idea to let kids do just that. With a playful and fun interface you can imagine your own Potatoyz figurine and print it directly in 3D!  Atomic Soom is a studio that imagines new digital creations with a specific approach. The team behind it grew a deep relationship with educators and...

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Our famous pink pigs — demonstrating mass-production with 3D printing — continue their tour with a return to NYC for the Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo, April 2-4. This year’s event also includes a Maker Summit and Pavilion. Sculpteo’s Kristen Turner will be a panelist on the Maker Summit’s Additive Manufacturing Unplugged session. We will be at booth #313 in the main expo hall. Come by to chat about 3D...

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Most people know that 3D printing is great for engineers, product designers, hardware startups, and hobbyists. But there’s another group that’s adopting 3D printing in their business: marketing and communications agencies. R&R Partners, a national brand agency renowned for creating the (in)famous Las Vegas tourism slogan “What happens here, stays here”, recently created hundreds of mini-robots with...

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Dungeon Bash is a roguelike RPG for Android and IOS. Guide a radically different team of three creatures every time you play! Steven Mathers is taking on Kickstarter to help him fund his new application Dungeon Bash. The app will let you play with different characters like elfs, minotaurs or zombie and the goal is to put you in control of a team of three adventurers, randomly selected from a list of over thirty radically different...

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The documentary Print the Legend premiered just last week at SXSW in Austin. It is set to be the first non-YouTube documentary that focuses on the rise of the 3D Printing community and the stories we’ve come to read almost weekly that go with it. The documentary focuses on bringing famous “makers” of the “next industrial revolution” to the screen. If you went to premiere in Austin, please feel free to share...

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9gagers and theCHIVE fans have a new reason to be excited! We’ve partnered with CGTrader to create a new contest around memes. It’s time to transform all your favorite memes into 3D printable models! Once all those memes are out, you’ll be able to populate your desk (and the desk of your coworkers). Not only you’ll still be able to share online memes during breaks but you’ll be able to 3D print those...

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StaX is like Lego bricks for cylinder-shaped containers. Each modular piece — bottom, top and middle — is machined aluminum available in 8 colors and stackable to suit all your containing needs. Some great examples of StaX utility is an expandable coin jar and an organized way to store your tools. But Craig and Zach, the engineers behind StaX, want to see what other people do with their design. So in addition to the StaX Kickstarter...

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