Posts Tagged "3D Printing"


We are really proud to share this third edition of our annual report, The State of 3D Printing with you. Each year, we do our best to provide you the most powerful insights about the 3D Printing industry, its dynamics, its challenges, and its main opportunities. Nearly 1,000 respondents took part in this survey, helping us collect meaningful data. We wish you a pleasant reading of the study, now available on our website, and look...

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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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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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3D printing is an always evolving technology, using multiple different materials and techniques in order to obtain the best results. With such ongoing innovations, the vocabulary of 3D printing can be quite difficult to master. That’s why we decided to elaborate this post on the main words of 3D printing, explaining to you what all of the most important terms mean.   If you wish to get more information, you can click on the...

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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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Mat(t)isse developed a new technique for breast reconstruction, which uses lace and a 3D printed shell. This very innovative technique allows to personalize the implant and to avoid undergoing multiple surgeries. We had a talk with Julien Payen, co-founder of the project, about their path, their uses of 3D printing, and the implications of this new method, which are numerous and offer many benefits for women in need of breast...

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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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Innovation is a challenge for regulation, and, in many ways, regulation is a slowing factor for innovation. This can be explained in simple terms: innovation is fast, and, these days, it goes faster and faster, disrupting the way we communicate, create, consume, live; on the other hand, regulation is slow, and it needs to be: it takes into account the social impact of technology, its potential uses, abuses and complications. In the...

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Our learning sessions about online tools are coming to an end. In the past two weeks, we discovered the Optimization tools and Repairing tools. Today we are going to learn more about the Reviewing Tools. This function will help you check the various settings and avoid finalizing an order that can not be printed. Our main goal is to ensure your satisfaction when you receive your 3D printed object.   When you upload your 3D file, you...

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adidas new addition to its FutureCrafts series hasn’t disappointed: adidas just announced it would partner with Carbon to bring, once again, additive manufacturing into the sports industry. Together, they will create a 3D printed shoe, the FutureCraft 4D, whose midsole will be manufactured using Carbon’s CLIP (Continuous Liquid Interface Production) 3D printing technology. It’s not the first time the shoe industry uses 3D printing: it...

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