This webinar will help your multi-color 3D Prints Pop!
Posted By Jess Hedstrom on Aug 7, 2015 | 0 comments
Sculpteo and Adobe have joined forces to create a Live Webinar to help your 3D Prints Pop! Our Multi-Color material for 3D printing pairs perfectly with Photoshop CC and we’ll show you how with our “Intro Webinar”. You do not want to miss this…
Are you struggling to get the best looking, and most vivid colors or textures out of your 3D printer? If so we have just the thing for you, our Photoshop Creative Cloud + Sculpteo webinar is a must see.
The webinar is on Aug. 27th, 2015 at 12:30pm PST (see below to sign up).
You will be shown features in Adobe’s PhotoShop CC software by Richard Curtis (Digital imaging & 3D Print Specialist at Adobe), these features include the various 3D painting tools that are essential for getting the vivid colors you’re looking for. After learning about the tools available in Photoshop CC, I will walk you through how to upload your file from Photoshop CC into Sculpteo’s website for multi-color printing. There are many features on the Sculpteo site that you can utilize to put money back in your pocket when ordering from Sculpteo and I’ll walk you through the optimization, and review tools in the webinar, a few important design guidelines, and I’ll also explain what happens after you place your order with Sculpteo.
Print in multi-color for more vivid 3D Prints!
If you’re someone who owns a desktop 3D printer but you’re really looking for a more polished and professional final print, our multi-color material offers 390,000 different color choices and our finishes range from raw to glossy varnish which helps hide the layers of your print if that’s what you’re looking for.
You’ll walk away from this webinar with all the tools you need to get your best quality 3D prints! We will also have a nice little prize for those who attend the webinar, so make sure you don’t miss out.
How to sign up for the webinar…
1. Click this link to save the invite to your calendar.
2. On the day you’ll get a pop-up.
3. Just use the URL in the invite to join the Adobe Connect room.
And you’re all set! See you all there.