A week ago, we were doing the last preparations for CES, waiting for the great day to happen… Today, we want to give you an overview of this great adventure, that took place from Thursday 5th to Sunday 8th in Las Vegas! What we presented, how our new offers were received, who came by, what happened for our partners, etc…
Agile Metal Technology (AMT)
As we did for 3D printed plastic, we want to democratize 3D printed metal. We developed this suite to help you start and accompany you into a project in metal 3D printing. The suite is a combination of 6 tools to analyze and fix file problems, automate complex modeling procedures, find ‘best fit’ processes and techniques, offer predictions and recommendations about how to optimize design elements including lattices, supports, and post-processing workflows.
Discover our metal materials offer:
A Digitally Manufactured Bike
We designed for CES 2017 a digitally manufactured bike, using 3D printed titanium, 3D printed plastic, 3D printed resins as well as laser cut aluminum and leather. 70% of its parts were made using our services.
The two designers Alexandre d’Orsetti and Piotr Widelka are now crossing the West Coast, from Las Vegas to San Francisco to test the bike. Follow the Sculpteo Bike Project on our blog and with the Hashtag #SculpteoBikeProject
UVify fabricates racing drones. We exposed one of their Draco on our booth!
We are very happy and proud that they received two awards: Best of CES 2017 Award for best drone (for their Draco) and the Verge Awards at CES 2017.
What’s more, we participated to the Drone Rodeo, the first premier pre-CES drone event. Our partners UVify and Nano-Racing were exposing their drones on our booth. It was a wonderful moment in Las Vegas Desert.
We had Carbon machine our booth, and two employees working with us to expose the CLIP technology and how it fabricates amazing resins. Many parts of the Sculpteo Bike were manufactured thanks to CLIP technology.
4 days at CES
Our CEO Clément Moreau gave a talk for TCT Magazine (the leading news source for 3D printing and Additive Manufacturing). He talked about 3D printing and IoT and how they are complementary technologies. You can have a look at our previous article “Is IoT a bigger game-changer than 3D printing?”
François Fillon, a candidate to the French Presidential elections (of next April and May) had a stop at our booth. He tried out our digitally manufactured bike and had a talk with our CEO, Clément Moreau. To Fillon’s question “Are you bringing back jobs?”, Clément answered,“No, but we are creating new ones!”
Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet, a French politician, from the same party as François Fillon, also came by, and mentioned us in her tweet encouraging French innovative companies “After 2 days at #CES2017, very proud of our companies and talents! Now, it’s our duty to give them means to develop”
You can find in our press room all the following articles that talked about us:
3Dprint.com CES 2017 Flying High Before Official Start: Drone Rodeo and Pepcom’s Digital Experience!
3Dprint.com Sculpteo Brings Artificial Intelligence to Metal Additive Manufacturing with Agile Metal Technology
3Dprintingindustry.com CES 2017 Sculpteo announce new Agile Metal Technology software
Fabbaloo Sculpteo Announces AI-Based 3D Printing Services
3Ders Sculpteo’s new Agile Metal Technology software helps optimize metal 3D printing
TCTmagazine Sculpteo looks to accelerate metal 3D printing with a new software program
Le Point Un vélo en métal imprimé en 3D (The 3D printed metal bike)
LesEchos.fr Le buzz des Etats-Unis : la journée marathon de François Fillon à Las Vegas (US buzz: a day-long marathon for Français Fillon – candidate to French presidential elections – in Las vegas)
20minutes Le grand 8 des innovations auxquelles on ne s’attendait pas (Top 8 innovations we wouldn’t have expected)