Posts by Eole Recrosio


Creating objects with 3D printing is now one of the best-known advanced manufacturing techniques. With new technologies and materials, metal 3D printing has become a reality to create an alternative for traditional manufacturing techniques. But how does metal 3D printing work? Today, we’ll present to you the three families of technologies that are now on the market for metal 3D printing: Powder Bed-based technologies combine a powder...

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In our quest to always offer new materials and finishes, our Research & Development team works hard to give you the best finishing options for your 3D printed object. Our online 3D printing service is now proud to offer a new finishing option: the Smoothing Beautifier!   A New Finish for 3D Printing From our online platform, you obtain parts with various finishing options depending on the material you choose. With our most...

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Do you want to freshen up your memory or are you just new to the world of 3D printing and want to learn about the three classic 3D technologies? Look no further, we got most of the details available here.   Choosing a technology to print out a prototype, a proof-of-concept or any object at all will depend on what is expected out of the object. Each technology has their own set of strengths and weaknesses and will define the...

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3D modeling is, along with 3D scanning, the most used method to obtain an STL for your 3D print. In industrial sectors, designers are using CAD design to prototype, iterate and obtain manufacturable parts. Parametric modeling allows the creation of complex geometries for 3D printing with high precision and possibilities of modification in the design process.     Types of design processes CAD design is the most common way to...

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Laser cutting is a fast and cheap manufacturing technique. It is possible to use it for decorative parts with wood and acrylic but also mechanical parts with POM and metal. In this article, discover how we used this manufacturing technique to create gear mechanism. You’ll learn all you need to know before starting to laser cut gears with our POM material.   Gears, Cogwheels and mechanism   What is a gear? A gear (or...

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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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All the CLIP resins are now out of our BETA program, and directly available on our online 3D printing platform! The Flexible Polyurethane (FPU) is now available for all our users on our interface. In this article, find out all you need to know about Flexible Polyurethane and the other CLIP resins: how to use the resins and how to design with CLIP.   What is CLIP CLIP stands for Continuous Liquid Interface Production. CLIP is a...

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Want to work in an innovative company? Interested in the 3D printing industry? Sculpteo might be the place for your future job! We are hiring in France and in the US for many positions.   Find the list of the position in the list below: a Content Marketer in France a versatile Assistant in France an accountant in France 3D Printing Technician in France and the US a Software Engineer in France a Web development Intern in France a...

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During the last weeks, we wrote about the benefits of 3D printing and how you can take the most of this technology for your business. In this new episode, let’s talk about the benefits of making tools thanks to 3D printing. You’ll discover how it is used by the industry and successful businesses and also what are the advantages of the technology for the tooling industry.   This blog post is part of ‘Benefits of 3D Printing’...

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In this week’s 3D printing benefits series, let’s talk about the small batch production benefits. Not only reserved for traditional manufacturing techniques, it is now possible to integrate additive manufacturing into the production of parts. Small batches are often more interesting to manufacture with 3D printing than with traditional methods (e.g. injection molding).   This blog post is part of ‘Benefits of 3D Printing’ Series,...

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