Posts made in October, 2014


This past week was a big one in the 3D printing world, here’s a quick recap on some of the stories that caught our attention… Hewlett Packard enters the 3D Printers market Everyone has been waiting this move for quite a long time. HP finally emerges in the 3D Printing world. Two days ago, they announced the upcoming release of their new 3D printer. It will use an entirely new technology called Multi Jet Fusion. According to Dion...

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Movember is upon us and we’ve put together a guide so you can get a mustache on literally any of your 3D designs using Autodesk Meshmixer. Meshmixer is an Autodesk program which has some incredible capabilities. Most notably, it is able to combine multiple 3D models together with little to no effort or 3D modeling experience. We’ve put together a tutorial on how to use in order to give our Sculpteo robot a moustache in...

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Hello world, Christina writing. I’m the 3D Printing & 3D Design Evangelist at Sculpteo located in our San Francisco office. I’m writing here to give a bit of a recap of what went on during Inside 3D Printing in Santa Clara! During the beginning of any conference, it can be difficult to get your bearings if you’re a first-time attendee let alone an exhibitor. For Nora Touré, our US Sales Manager and myself, it was quite a crazy...

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The new Multipart Tool, has been live on our since last week. It allows you to separate the multiple volumes in your 3D file into separate 3D prints! This article will explain how to optimize your multipart files for a 3D print. A multipart file (as we define it) is a 3D file with multiple, separate volumes. After that type of file is uploaded, you are taken to the following screen: Here you are given the option to choose either...

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With the new Facebook Counter, you gonna love when someone likes your page. Three innovative creators designed a physical way to represent your Facebook likes. They founded Smiirl, a promising French Startup. Like all great ideas-makers, they needed a prototype before it could get started – and Sculpteo’s 3D printing service answered the call. We had the chance to meet Romain, one of the cofounders of Smiirl. Read on to discover...

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As always, 3D printing made big moves this week. Here is a quick recap of the three news we preferred this week. 3D Printing was taken in the Time Capsule for 2064 Everyone can make a time capsule, with objects from childhood you can look at once you’re adult. But there’s something bigger about New York Historical Society’s one. They asked High Shool students to gather as many objects that should be contained to “pay it forward” to...

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To give you the best online personal 3D printing center, we’re always bringing new tools to our online interface. After the Repair Tool, Solidity Check, Cut-Away View, Batch Control for short series, Hollowing to hollow your 3D model, we’re introducing “Multipart” to easily 3D print a file that contains more than just one part. Whether you want to 3D print an object with moving parts or an object that requires...

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Astronomy isn’t just for research centers. There are thousands passionate amateur astronomers, who are looking for high quality stargazing equipment. That’s where Pierro Astro comes in. This France-based company offers and develops on demand products to simplify astronomy. Since most of their products meet very specific needs, 3D printing and Sculpteo’s services were the best solution to produce peculiar pieces. Discover their story....

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In time for Halloween, Sculpteo is having their first annual Robot Hunt. Find one and Tweet or Instagram about it and win 25% off your next print! All around San Francisco and Paris, we have placed hundreds of small robots in individual baggies. If you happen to stumble across one, tweet your location, with #SculpteoRobotHunt and we’ll direct message you a discount code! The same goes for Instagram, post a picture of the robot...

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This years 3D Printshow Paris was bigger than ever. We took the time to walk around a bit and take a look at all of the exhibitions around the show. If you didn’t get the chance to attend, here’s a recap. As per usual the show had plenty of filament deposition modeling printing firms, a plethora of design firms, some individual designers, other 3D scanning / photogrammetry services, and Sculpteo – the online 3D...

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