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Today was the last day of the Milan Design Week. We were very glad to present our 3D printing technologies and vision on Design 2.0 the all week. 13500 attendees on Saturday! As you know, Sculpteo and Particule 14‘s designers collaborated to explore possibles of 3D printing technologies for the future of design. Let’s highlight today the three last pieces created by Particule 14 and available on the Sculpteo iPhone app and...

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Sculpteo is at the Milan Design Week with Particule 14 on Material Matters 2 exhibition, with NoDesign presenting exclusive designs conceived for the Sculpteo iPhone app and… at Tom Dixon’s MOST Salone with our partner Dassault Systèmes! Yes, we love design and we think that 3D printing is among the most important trend of a new era of Design 2.0. MOST Salone is taking place at the National Museum of Science and Technology...

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As each year, the International Design Trade Show from Milan 2012 will gather the best designers of the world for a week of shows dedicated to the latest innovations in interior design, new materials and concepts. Sculpteo is of course actively involved! We are part of Material Matters 2, entirely dedicated to new materials and latest innovations in design and architecture. We worked with the designers of Particule14 by bringing them...

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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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Most people know that 3D printing enables consummer to take part in the production process and customize their own products. But since a while now, hardware entrepreneurs have been adopting 3D printing in their business to create their prototypes and first series. The Italian based startup, Beast Technologies, has been using it to develop its own wireless sensor to track and improve fitness training performance. They also just...

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There are lots of expectations when it comes to spare parts and 3D printing. Websites, TV, journalists and even individuals we met during different shows are often asking about the little thing they broke in their home and the best way to replace it. This is exactly what happened when Alvise Rizzo was working for the Big Fish Hostel in Las Palmas. A few weeks after he arrived to work in the hostel, the washing machine’s handle...

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It’s been a year already! And each year at Sculpteo starts with the CES in Las Vegas. Last year during the CES 2013, we introduced our 3DP Case application and we won the” Best of Innovation Awards in the category Software & Mobile apps” . A year later, the CES Unveiled 2014 was also the time for us to announce our new “Batch Control” feature. 2013 was about two things for Sculpteo. First to give...

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If you’re a maker and you’re living in Europe, then you’re probably looking forward to the European edition of Maker Faire in Rome. We’ve teamed up with Maker Faire Rome for the 3D Printing Exhibition to let any participants in any category of the contest have a 10% reduction coupon. The winner will get a 250 euros voucher for his print! For a two weeks you can submit your participation with your 3D prints...

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The term “Open Design” has been around for a few years now and there are dozen of books addressing the notion of copyright and its meaning for designers. If you have never heard about it, the Open Design movement aims to become as big and important in the design area as the Open Source is in the software one. Its goal is to promote the free sharing of blueprints and collaboration around it. In reality, however, things are a little bit...

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D3 Disrupt Dixon’s Design in 3D


Posted By on Apr 8, 2013

We are happy to announce you  a new collaboration with Tom Dixon, Stratasys and Dassault Systèmes at the Milan Furniture Fair. This is the first open design competition based on a modular concept. Tom Dixon will give participants access to the design files of new products, and challenge them to reconfigure and remix into different functional objects. The winning entry, chosen by a jury including Tom Dixon will receive an iPad, and we...

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