Posts made in June, 2014


The price of your 3D print depends on many factors: the material you choose, the volume the object occupies, the amount of used material and the finishings, to name a few. Sculpteo designed two simple features especially for you, to better fit your budget. This post will help you to better understand the tools you have at your disposal to pay less for your 3D prints. Two of them in particular can help with price optimization:...

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Join us July 11-13th for the Maker Startup Weekend San Jose! Our US sales manager, Nora Touré, will be there to answer any and all questions you have about 3D printing. Startup Weekends are 54 hour events in which a new startups are founded. These events are held all over the world with over 1800 previous events already. They are a great opportunity for designers, coders, entrepreneurs, or anyone with a great idea to come together and...

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It is possible to generate finer layer thickness using Batch Control. Most of Sculpteo’s printers use a process called Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), which involves rolling multiple thin layers of polyamide in a basin. Those layers are then fused together through the heat of a laser, resulting in a nearly smooth object. This video gives a good impression of what the process looks like. Typically the thickness of these layers...

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The Adobe Creative Cloud suite allows users to obtain multiple licences on any of their software, and it allots enough space in the cloud to save all of their work. This makes working across multiple systems quite easy and organized. Now, Sculpteo is one of the few 3D printing companies to have it’s material specifications integrated with Photoshop Creative Cloud! The software is essential for creatives of any type, and Adobe...

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Whether you’re a 3D design extraordinaire or someone with a great idea, its possible to get your vision printed through the Sculpteo website. There are hundreds of possibilities to turn your idea into a physical object, here are just a few. The best way to get exactly what you are looking for a 3D print is to design the object yourself. SketchUp and Blender are two of the best open sourced 3D design softwares out there, but if...

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The first French show entirely dedicated to 3D Printing is coming fast. Next week, right after Futur en Seine, our team will go to Lyon for the 3D Print Exhibition. Between June 17th-20th, our team will be in Lyon to welcome you on Sculpteo’s booth, to give talks and lead round tables. First, Clement Moreau, CEO of Sculpteo, will be the host of a round table on Tuesday 17th June between 2:00pm a,d 3:00pm around: “When can...

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Most people know that 3D printing enables consummer to take part in the production process and customize their own products. But since a while now, hardware entrepreneurs have been adopting 3D printing in their business to create their prototypes and first series. The French based startup, Ubudu, has been using it to develop its revolutionizing indoor mobile location platform. Ubudu was founded in 2011 in Paris with the idea of...

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Summer is finally here, and as always, when there is sun, people are looking to get out. Sculpteo team has planned quite a few events for you this month in France to do just that. If you want to meet us, we’ll be at Futur en Seine, at our “3D Scanning & 3D Printing Meetup”, and the Maker Faire Paris. The French Digital Festival Futur en Seine is kicking off tomorrow. There will be at lot of cool stuff to see, and...

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On Friday, June 27, 2-7 p.m., Sculpteo and the Autodesk Gallery will host Decoding 3D Printing to get you started with 3D printing. Whether you’re a hobbyist looking to get your feet wet with 3D Printing or a professional wanting to know how 3D Printing could help your business, Sculpteo’s team and guests will get you up to speed in an afternoon. 3D printing has changed the way many industries work. For decades, it’s been used in...

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It’s no secret that Nike has been working with 3D printing since a long time. 3D printing has helped the sport giant for the prototyping phase of its product development. But for the 2014 Soccer Worldcup, Nike takes it to the next step and launches a 3D printed world’s premiere: 3D printed sport equipments. The Nike Football Rebento Duffel – a sport bag – and the Mercurial Flyknit Guard – soccer shin...

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