Scupteo teams up with Usine IO’s startup accelerator at Station F!
Posted By Amandine Richardot on Mar 5, 2018 |
Innovation is always at the core of Sculpteo’s values. Indeed, being an innovative company, working with disruptive technologies – 3D printing and laser cutting -, we always enjoy encouraging other initiatives of the same kind. That’s why we’re becoming the official partners of Focus, the startup acceleration program dedicated to hardware startups, by Usine IO. This accelerator is located inside Station F, the world’s biggest startup campus, in Paris. It’s an honor for us to guide these hardware startups in the conception and development of their products, and we will help them produce their 3D printed or laser cut parts in order to become the next industry champions.
Sculpteo becomes the official factory of Focus by Usine IO
Usine IO chose us as exclusive 3D printing partners for the second batch of their hardware startups accelerator: Focus by Usine IO. What’s our common goal? We want to speed up hardware manufacturing, and we know 3D printing and laser cutting are both excellent allies for this.
During 4 months, starting from April, we will guide the startups through the world of additive manufacturing, and we will help them implement it in their processes efficiently, in an optimized way, thanks to our expertise. We will also take part in the selection of the startups, with applications coming from all over the globe since the program is international.
Expect to learn more about all the best hardware projects pretty soon!
A second batch dedicated to the industry 4.0
After a successful first batch focussed on smart autonomous vehicles, this second edition of the acceleration program will be dedicated to the industry 4.0. And as you may know, that’s a topic which particularly interests us at Sculpteo.
What is it exactly? It’s how new technologies can help improve existing industrial processes, creating optimized supply chains and manufacturing methods, with improved efficiency and communications.
Many startups appear in this field, willing to drastically improve the way we manufacture objects. That’s exactly these new companies that are going to participate in this program.
Are you a hardware startup, helping to build the future of the industry, willing to accelerate your growth thanks to experts? Hurry up, you can still apply to the program until March 25th!
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