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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.

In january 2009, MakerBot was founded by Bre Pettis, Adam Mayer and Zach “Hoeken” Smith, in the city of Brooklyn. In this video filmed 3 months later (april 2009), Rocketboom Tech correspondent Ellie Rountree talks to Bre Pettis and Zach Hoeken about their company, Makerbot Industries, building open source robot kits that allow you to do rapid prototyping and 3D Printing at home. On this Bonus video, watch Bre...

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Rise of the 3D Printed robots

Posted By on Jun 13, 2011

Here’s a selection of the best robots available in Sculpteo gallery for those of you who love robots. Sculptobot, the Sculpteo mascot Andy, the Google Android mascot ZeRobot Rob-O, the Pencil Pot Robot Launch Rockets Wibot 2.0 Blitz Panther What is your favorite one? Related posts: No related...

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In this “Behind the scene” video you can see how Full Color 3D Printing is done using the ZPrinter 650 3D Printer from ZCorporation. With Sculpteo online 3D printing service you can make all your ideas come true. You’re a professional? Check out Sculpteo Pro Related posts: No related...

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Get your own Portal Gun

Posted By on Jun 9, 2011

Portal is a 2007 single-player first-person puzzle-platform video game developed and published by Valve Corporation. The game primarily comprises a series of puzzles that must be solved by teleporting the player’s character and simple objects using the “the handheld portal device” – a device that can create inter-spatial portals between two flat planes. The player-character, Chell, is challenged by an artificial...

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3D Virtual Tour of a french Church

Posted By on Jun 6, 2011

Bertrand Wagon, a 21 years old Computer Graphics autodidact, modeled the St Martin’s Church from Givenchy-en-Gohelle (France). This church was inaugurated by the Bishop Monseigneur Dutoit on September 11 1932. Seven years were needed to built it. You can find the 3D model in the Google 3D Warehouse. For the inside virtual tour of the church, check out the video. Via La Voix Du Nord Related posts: FDM vs. SLA vs. SLS: Battle of...

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In this World Business (CNBC) video report about 3D Printing technology you will see: – Dr Adrian Bowyer, Senior Lecturer at University of Bath and Inventor of RepRap – Paul Marks, Chief Technology Correspondent at New Scientist – Eric Erickson, Worldwide Product Manager 3D Printing at HP – Xavier De Kestelier, Foster & Partners – Russ Garrett, co-founder of the London Hackspace who talk about the...

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Brussels in 3D

Posted By on Jun 1, 2011

Google just announced that the Belgian capital is now available in 3D : “As Belgium’s charming capital city, many have enjoyed living there, ranging from Victor Hugo and Karl Marx to Jean-Claude Van Damme. Now, you can discover the riches of Brussels in a virtual 3D visit with Google Earth” Take a Virtual Tour of Brussels Related posts: No related...

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Fabaroni was a project from the How to Make (Almost) Anything Class of Fall 2007 (MIT) who decided to build a 3D Printer from scratch. They started to test the best material to use for this project. They choose food. After several tests they selected Pasta Dough. “We looked at inspirations from prior fab folks who had built 3D printers from scratch, and decided to loosely follow the Fab@Home design […] We were still...

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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.