Posts Tagged "Mass customization"


Last week, I went in length about the different reasons why you should consider additive manufacturing for production. I gave many reasons among which the most controversial is probably that it’s not easy to find the right manufacturer and that factories are not always willing to take your orders. 3D printing on the contrary is offering a solution with no upfront costs. I also stated that there are in fact four “product categories”...

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In celebration of Independence Day in the U.S. we’re celebrating with a top 10 countdown! So here is our TOP 10 Patriotic Prints for 2015! #10.  United States Cookie Cutter – Made with Food Safe Non-Toxic ABS in an FFF printer. #9. These Patriotic Candleholders – Made with a FFF printer #8. These 80’s Shade Glasses In Red, White & Blue – Made with ABS material #7. This $4,000 Guitar – Made with...

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The journey required in taking an idea from conception to finished product is a very long process. Finding the idea is generally the easiest part. Finding the money and inexpensive resources to manufacture are generally the hardest… until now. Thanks to 3D printing technology; the pivot away from injection molding to 3D printing in the first stages of iteration has saved money and time for many hardware product developers, let’s dig a...

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It’s out! We’re happy to announce the launching of our Guide to Cost Efficiency through Short Series Manufacturing. There’s no need to prove how useful 3D Printing is for Rapid Prototyping. Or even to create customized objects. However, the advantages that the technology presents can go far beyond that. Advancements in pricing and online technologies (specifically Sculpteo’s Batch Control tool) have opened the world of 3D...

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For the 13th edition of Designer’s Days, Le Lab by Legrand reached out to Victoria Wilmotte to imagine the future of its products. The theme of this year’s edition is “Et demain…”. Under these two words, artists and designers must create objects of that evolve around the notion of progress, innovation and everyday life. Victoria Wilmotte twisted Legrand industrial product range and redesign, at the same...

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Discover our new infographic about 3D printing and the future of manufacturing. It’s time to find your way in a 3.0 material world ! Ready to be part of the new 3D printing world? Related posts : Sculpteo at NEXT Berlin: Changing the Face of the Manufacturing Industry Printable Geography iPhone Case Creator: the Sculpteo 3D Printing Cloud Engine in Action! A Matrix of the 3D Printing World of 2012 10 Predictions for the World of...

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We keep improving our customization tools. Our goal: make 3D printing accessible for everyone. For us, customizing your 3D print should be as easy as riding a bike. Once you got it, you’re good to go for your entire life. That’s why we have developed workshops, iPhone apps and now made some changes on our customization tools. Designs available at Sculpteo.com can be entirely customized. Add texts, apply images or shapes,...

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Our Cloud Engine is designed to let online retailers integrate mass customization to their offer. We are proud to show you today our most recent 3D printing cloud engine integration. The Printable Geography iPhone case creator has just been launched! The Society for Printable Geography is a design retail company using geographical data as central topic of their experimentations. The team behind Printable Geography creates geographical...

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Sculpteo is at NEXT Berlin on May 8 and 9, 2012. We will be demonstrating one of our 3D printers and printing objects live at the show. We will be giving two talks about the Sculpteo 3D Printing Cloud Engine and our vision for the future of e-retailing through 3D printing on the Arena Stage: Tuesday 8 at 5.30pm and Wednesday 9 at 9.30am. NEXT is the leading European conference for the digital industry and a vital driving force across...

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Olaf Diegel is a design engineer passionate about 3D printing and a professor of mechatronics at Massey University in Auckland, New Zealand. He created the Atom Guitar, a 3D printed Les Paul style guitar made with Selective Laser Sintering process using 3D Systems technologies. First prototypes are beeing assembled now that the design is finalized. The CAD file rendered this way: Credit Pictures: Olaf Diegel Maybe this project remains...

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