Posts made in November, 2014


The holiday season is quickly upon us. As you’re winding down from Thanksgiving dinner, don’t worry about getting in the car and dealing with the shopping crowds – stay in the comfort of your home and get your presents printed from your 3D designs! From now until midnight on Monday, December 1, get 20% off your black resin and/or silver 3D prints through Sculpteo. In order to benefit from these reductions, simply...

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Multicolor prints undergo a slightly different process during upload than our other prints. It’s important to remember some key requirements for your file, to be sure that the colored texture of your file will be maintained during the print. At Sculpteo, we accept over 20 different filetypes that can result 3D print. For uncolored 3D prints (that being a print in any material other than our multicolor) we recommend uploading an...

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AudioQuest is changing our idea of what it means to manufacture with 3D Printing and Sculpteo’s services. It’s no surprise they have been named a 2015 CES Innovation Awards Honoree (Headphones) and Winner (Eco-Design & Sustainable Technologies). NightHawk, AudioQuest’s first headphone, is also the first mass-produced headphone to include a 3D-printed part in the design. With 3D printing, AudioQuest was able to create parts with a...

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Hey everyone! Christina here, reporting almost a week later about our awesome Women in 3D Printing Meetup which was held on Thursday November 13th, 2014 at the CapitalOne 360 building in downtown San Francisco. To get the meetup started, we settled downstairs in the CapitalOne 360 building and luckily there was plenty of room for us ladies to gather and convene. It seems almost fitting that the music they were playing over the...

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Come out and have some fun with Autodesk 123D Catch! Network with others interested in 3D Scanning, 3D Printing, share stories, tips and hangout with us! Limited to 30 people. Its time for our first Meetup with the Sculpteo team in San Francisco. If you’re in the area be sure to sign up to meet some of the members of both the Sculpteo and Autodesk teams. Here’s a link to the Meetup Page, where you can RSVP, and below is...

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You may remember that last week we released the Thickening Tool. It allows anyone to turn their 3D model into a printable file with just a click. But how does the technology work? Read on to find out. Sculpteo’s Thickening Tool uses a system of complex geometric algorithms to complete its process. However, for a more poetic explanation: the object does not grow, it reforms. What is the difference? Well, if a 3D model were to...

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It’s out! We’re happy to announce the launching of our Guide to Cost Efficiency through Short Series Manufacturing. There’s no need to prove how useful 3D Printing is for Rapid Prototyping. Or even to create customized objects. However, the advantages that the technology presents can go far beyond that. Advancements in pricing and online technologies (specifically Sculpteo’s Batch Control tool) have opened the world of 3D...

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Our team will be at TEDxDunkerque. If you never had the chance to meet us and get your hand on some of our 3D prints, now is your opportunity. For the third time now, TEDx’s speakers will spread their ideas all across Dunkerque. Every year they bring some of the most brilliant minds in the industry together for riveting discussions. This year’s theme is: 3.0 Explorers. Alex, UX Designer at Sculpteo and 3.0 Explorer, will be there to...

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Open Source projects are all the rage nowadays, just like 3D Printing. OpenQCM is the first scientific scale, to fully utilize the open source revolution. For the project to fully capitalize on open sourcery it needed to first be universally accessible – and 3D printing has made it a possible. It has given the scientific community free access to 3D files and top-notch print accuracy. We had the chance to meet with Dr. Raffaele...

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Sculpteo has solved one of the most frustrating parts of completing a 3D print – models being too thin. Now, with the help of our online Thickening Tool, instead of remodeling in a third party program you can do it automatically, online, for free. To 3D print, you first need a 3D model. There are countless programs which make the process incredibly easy, but they don’t always account for the restrictions presented by...

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