Sculpteo 3D printing blog

The sculpteo blog delivers the latest news and trends about 3d printing. You'll find information about the latest 3d printing technologies, 3d files, tutorials and the best 3d modeling software.

Minecraft collaborative 3D modeling

Posted By on Jul 21, 2011

The guys at FyreUK (Matt and Phil) make amazing Timelapse videos of incredible Minecraft creations: a huge train station, a dam, etc. Matt, Phil and a lot of Minecraft players build structures that can take up to over 3 days to build. On their blog, ...

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Giant Wrench made with a Connex 500 multi-material 3D Printer from Objet Geometries

Posted By on Jul 20, 2011

Sam Green from Objet Geometries made his first video blog post yesterday. He shows how an Objet Connex 500 3D printer can produce 6 different size adjustable wrenches from 5cm in size to 49 cm in size – all in one print run. The wrenches are made of ...

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Mini You on display in the homeland of the now famous Lille soccer team

Posted By on Jul 19, 2011

On April we announced a partnership with Lille soccer team. LOSC Lille won the “Coupe de France” final on May 14th and the Ligue 1 Championship on May 21th. They were – and still are – the first soccer team to offer customizable 3D Printed figurines ...

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Cube Gears: entirely made of 3D Printed paper

Posted By on Jul 18, 2011

If you are a faithful reader of Sculpteo 3D Printing blog you should remember a 3D Printer that use A4 Paper as a raw material The 3D Printer from Mcor Technologies has printed this Cube made of gears Now, while you might not think that this object f...

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Our Design Guidelines for 3D Printing covers the basics for taking your designs into the third dimension with Sculpteo’s services. It covers each of our available materials and the specifics you’ll need to optimize your file for a 3D print in that ma...


Stratasys introduce the Fortus 250mc Production 3D Printer

Posted By on Jul 15, 2011

Fortus 250mc is the most affordable of all Fortus systems. Insight software, used to drive the Fortus line of production 3D printers, allows users to control the look, strength and precision of parts: “The engineers interested in this new product wil...

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Western Town Buildings 3D models

Posted By on Jul 13, 2011

On his Sculpteo gallery, William Giona showcases beautiful 3D models of several buildings straight out of a western movie: you can find the Sheriff’s office, the barber, a church and a saloon. As you can see it’s now possible to embed entire gallerie...

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MIT unveils Solar cells that can be 3D printed on ordinary paper, plastic or fabric

Posted By on Jul 12, 2011

The new printing process uses vapors, not liquids, and temperatures less than 120 degrees Celsius. These “gentle” conditions make it possible to use ordinary untreated paper, cloth or plastic as the substrate on which the solar cells can be printed. ...

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3D Print a fully functional wrench at ZCorporation headquarters

Posted By on Jul 11, 2011

In this National Geographic “Locked Up Abroad” episode, Theoretical Physicist David Kaplan visit the headquarters of a company that replicate tools and pretty much anything else you can imagine with the “3D copy machine” You all know this company ver...

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Fully programmable 3D printer in Minecraft

Posted By on Jul 8, 2011

Youtube user Shrogg2 made a series of videos about his 3D Printer in Minecraft. The first video is a demo of the “birth of a creep”. It’s easy to understand because there’s no explanation Only music. If you want to know how it works, you can check ot...

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Minecraft.Print() allows you to export your Minecraft creations for 3D Printing

Posted By on Jul 7, 2011

Minecraft.Print(), a project by Cody Sumter and Jason Boggess in the MIT Media Lab, allows you to use Minecraft as a 3D CAD software in order to print your creations via a 3D Printer. Incredible structures have been created within Minecraft. Why can’...

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Sculpteo is a digital manufacturing service that provides both a 3D printing and a laser cutting service. We decided to add a blog to our website back when the company was created. The overall goal is keep you updated on all the latest news and trends of the digital manufacturing in general and 3D printing in particular. On our blog you’ll find information on the 3D printers, on 3D modeling with detailed tutorials, comparisons between the technologies, events and even discounts.

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