Posts made in 2015


CES is coming and with it its amount of amazing novelties. Every year, we have a tradition to pack with us some of them and deliver it to you on our booth in Las Vegas. While you’ll have to wait until the opening of CES for our major announcement, here is a sneak peak at something we’ve been working on as a side project. Spoiler alert: it flies !  As part of our CES presence, we’ve planned a lot of things. To tease...

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3D printing is providing incredible and lowcost solutions to the most innovative industries. It’s the case for the medical, food, construction, aerospace and many more industries. But what happens when it’s used in an industry usually runned by giant companies like the energy sector. Many projects and companies have emerged with new ways to approach the question of how we are producing energy and making our behaviors...

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This week we’re sending out the last newsletter of 2015; we’d like to take this time to say Happy New Year from everyone here at Sculpteo! We hope your 2016 3D Printed projects are error free & exactly as you pictured them.  Now we’re  going to look back at 2015 to highlight events, changes to our website, and even some of our partnerships and collaborations that took place this year before we launch into 2016!...

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The retail industry is just one of the many reasons why the expectations for 3D printing technology are so high. In this industry, additive manufacturing can change every single step of the supply chain and offers fully customised retail products. There is a large gap between the future of retail and the processes and technology that are currently used. So how can 3D printing live up to the “made to measure” idea of the retail...

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We’ll explain when you can bend the rules a little with your 3D prints, and when to adhere to the solidity check guidelines on our site. One of the most common questions that our customer support team fields is why an object doesn’t pass our immediate solidity check process, and what our customers can do to bypass this process. Although we don’t recommend our “Print it Anyway” process for everything we do...

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Educators & parents are now aware that kids should be learning more about engineering and technology; while CAD software and 3D printing are the most common entry points into these subjects, not everyone knows how to introduce kids to CAD and ‘3DP’ in an easy and fun way. We compiled a list of the best beginner software, but just in case that’s not enough, we also gathered tips from 3D Printing educators about...

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This is no secret, 3D printing has been a major factor of innovation for many industries and sectors (actually, it’s difficult to think of just one that hasn’t been impacted). In our weekly review of the different industries impacted by 3D printing, we already went over the medical sector but with no specific focus on bioprinting and the future of 3D printed organs. To right this wrong, this post is dedicated to the most...

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Aerial drones are drawing a lot of attention to 3D Printing; however one company, on the cutting edge of marine robotics is making huge waves this year! Blue Robotics founder Rusty Jehangir speaks with us today about how 3D printed technology is welcoming innovation into this once stifled industry. Maybe you’ve heard of Blue Robotics, they are a well established company based in Southern California, and they have made a name for...

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If there is something that just comes with experiences, it’s to pick the right manufacturing methods for the state of your project. To be even more honest, our sales team gets a lot of calls from companies or individuals ready to choose 3D printing over other production methods because they lack the knowledge on what other techniques can do and for what prices. We figure out that making a list of the different ways to quickly...

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The evolution of Drones and 3D Printing are extremely similar, and closely linked. While it’s true that these technologies have existed for decades it’s only recently that their uses bloomed. Originally drones, or unmanned-aircraft vehicles, were mostly used for military purposes. Nevertheless their uses tend to widen in diversity as their cost decreases and their customisation options increase. Thus, the 3D printing technology...

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