Posts made in April, 2017


This news was originally published by Carbon. We’re very proud to be part of this project, helping produce board alignment brackets, delivered in days instead of months for other technologies.   Additive Manufacturing is no longer just for prototyping.   With Carbon, Oracle was able to design and print an extremely precise bracket hardly an inch in size, enabling a 3D-printed production volume solution for their new...

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Have you ever 3D printed your project with Alumide’s new size and 4 new colors? Or laser cut your object with POM material’s new white color and thickness? As a digital manufacturing company, we always want to provide the best online 3D printing service to help you realize your projects and ideas. This time, we bring good news to you! Starting today, you can use our new material for your 3D printing projects: Glass-Filled Nylon.  ...

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When designing for 3D printing, many components have to be taken into account in order to obtain a proper 3D printed object. Shape, stress, loads, mass are the main things to consider before starting to print. The topology optimization is one of the calculation methods that help you to obtain optimized CAD models before uploading it on our 3D printing service.   What is the Topology Optimization? It is a technique that optimizes...

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This month, glass 3D printing has been one important trend spotted at the Milan Design Week. Each year, the Lexus Design Award helps young designers turn their concepts into prototypes. For its tenth year of presence at this event, Lexus decided to work with Neri Oxman, architect, designer, and professor of the MIT Media Lab to create an installation for the opening space of the exhibition. Made of 3d printed glass, it opens new...

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You’re tempted to try our metal laser cutting service but you’re not sure how to create volumes with it? This article is here for you! Today, I’ll explain how to fasten laser cut metal sheets together without any tools, rivets, glue, or welding. This way, by creating 3D objects, laser cutting becomes a true alternative to 3D printing!   This is the second article of our series on metal laser cutting: the first one explained how...

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POM which stands for Polyoxymethylene is coming out with good news for those who want to laser cut their projects. We offer you more possibilities to accomplish your idea with POM material: New Thickness and New Color.   New additional Thickness We offer you various thicknesses to match your project requirements: 2 mm 3 mm 5 mm In general, when you are designing your project, the kerf is an essential element you need to take into...

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Innovation is a challenge for regulation, and, in many ways, regulation is a slowing factor for innovation. This can be explained in simple terms: innovation is fast, and, these days, it goes faster and faster, disrupting the way we communicate, create, consume, live; on the other hand, regulation is slow, and it needs to be: it takes into account the social impact of technology, its potential uses, abuses and complications. In the...

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Our learning sessions about online tools are coming to an end. In the past two weeks, we discovered the Optimization tools and Repairing tools. Today we are going to learn more about the Reviewing Tools. This function will help you check the various settings and avoid finalizing an order that can not be printed. Our main goal is to ensure your satisfaction when you receive your 3D printed object.   When you upload your 3D file, you...

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adidas new addition to its FutureCrafts series hasn’t disappointed: adidas just announced it would partner with Carbon to bring, once again, additive manufacturing into the sports industry. Together, they will create a 3D printed shoe, the FutureCraft 4D, whose midsole will be manufactured using Carbon’s CLIP (Continuous Liquid Interface Production) 3D printing technology. It’s not the first time the shoe industry uses 3D printing: it...

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In 3D printing, one small fact needs to be taken into an account: not all 3D files are printable. How can it be possible? The software that most people use is directly programmed to export the 3D file without analyzing the closed volume to 3D print which is why your 3D file often cannot be printed. At Sculpteo, we created repairing tools with multiple algorithms that will analyze and automatically repair your 3D files as soon as they...

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