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Here at Sculpteo, we always want to offer you the best additive manufacturing experience. That’s why, in the past few weeks, we launched several new materials, as well as upgrades on our existing ones. And it doesn’t stop there. Here’s another good news for 3D printing users, professionals or individuals. Sculpteo is releasing a new 3D Printing material: CarbonMide. Today we are going to discover more about our new CarbonMide...

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At Sculpteo, our main focus is to provide the best online 3D printing service. That’s why we regularly offer you new materials and technologies. After Glass-Filled Nylon, we proudly present you a new material: Stainless Steel 420SS/BR using the Binder Jetting technology.  Today we introduce this new material to you, the technology used, its application and tips on how to design your 3D model with Binder Jetting Stainless Steel...

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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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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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Our 3D printed Alumide can now be shipped faster, the dyeing option is cheaper, and its maximum dimensions are changed. Read all the 3D printed alumide news, as well as a reminder on this 3D printing material’s characteristics, and available colors.   New maximum sizes for 3D printed alumide When you design to 3D print in alumide, make sure you respect these maximum sizes: For raw 3D printed alumide: 315 x 240 x 190 mm. When raw,...

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Flexible Polyurethane is now available in our online 3D printing service platform in addition to our other CLIP resins for 3D printing: Prototyping Acrylate, Rigid Polyurethane, Cyanate Ester and Elastomeric Polyurethane. Following the previous article about FPU and other Clip Resins, today we will explore in detail about the FPU Clip Resin, in a complete Q&A.   What is the Flexible Polyurethane CLIP resin? FPU CLIP Resin is...

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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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Have you heard of our Sculpteo Bike Project? For CES 2017, we created the first ever fully functional digitally manufactured bike: 70% of its parts were produced by our 3D printing and laser cutting service. Then, to prove it was actually functional, the two designers of the bike, Piotr Widelka and Alexandre d’Orsetti, went on a long trip from Las Vegas to San Francisco, and rode the bike on over 1000 km! This trip was documented on...

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