Metal 3D Printing: Which Technologies for Which Applications?
Creating objects with 3D printing is now one of the best-known advanced manufacturing techniques. With new technologies and materials, metal 3D printing has become a reality to create an alternative for traditional manufacturing techniques. But how does metal 3D printing work? Today, we’ll present to you the three families of technologies that are now on the market for metal 3D printing: Powder Bed-based technologies combine a powder... Read More
Metal 3D Printer: Manufacturers and Models of 2017
Which 3D printers are used for metal 3D Printing? At Sculpteo, we use powder melting technologies to create your metal parts in aluminum, stainless steel and titanium with a SLM280 and a EOSINTM280. In the industry, there are many more machine manufacturers using different technologies and materials. This article will give you a list of the main manufacturers and 3D printers, sorted by technologies. Direct Metal Printing The... Read More
How is Metal 3D Printing Used By The Industry
After our series of Q&A on metal materials, let’s focus on how business and industries are making the most of metal 3D printing. Metal 3D printing is a serious challenge and many companies feel more reluctant to use it. To solve this, Sculpteo designed a free tool, the Agile Metal Business Case, that helps you evaluate and sharpen your metal 3D printing project in seconds. Discover how the industries can benefit from metal... Read More
3D Printed Aluminum: Our Complete Q&A
The last two weeks, we were talking about our new metal materials launched at CES: Titanium and Stainless Steel. We were also announcing our new revolutionizing tool: Agile Metal Technology. This combination of tools helps you optimize and conduct a metal 3D printing project efficiently. This week, we talk about our third metal 3D printing material: Aluminum AISi7Mg0,6. This article explains physical and mechanical properties of... Read More
3D Printed Stainless Steel: Our Complete Q&A
Last week, we were talking about our new Titanium material launched at CES along with our new revolutionizing tool: Agile Metal Technology which is a combination of tools that help you optimize and conduct efficiently a metal 3D printing project. This week, we talk about our second metal 3D printing material: 316L Stainless Steel. This article explains physical and mechanical properties of 316L Stainless Steel. To what extent can you... Read More
Sculpteo Bike Project: Digitally Manufactured Bike going on a 1000km Trip!
Sculpteo created a fully functional digitally manufactured bike, and it works! It’s the first time ever that a digitally manufactured bike can actually be ridden, not only used as a demo. It combines all the expertise of our online digital manufacturing service: 3D printing and laser cutting! This bike serves 3 purposes: It gathers, in one useful and interesting object, most of our materials and technologies. It shows that we do... Read More
Metal 3D Printing in SLM & DMLS: Our New Offer in 7 questions
Metal 3D printing is now available on our online 3D printing service, with the DMLS and SLM technologies! By putting our expertise and intuitive platform at the service of 3D Printing Aluminium, Stainless Steel, and Titanium, we are opening new possibilities for the manufacturing of high-quality parts. Learn all about this new offer in 7 questions. Why is an online Metal 3D printing service a big deal? Metal 3D Printing is... Read More
3D printing takes off with aeronautics & aerospace
If there is an industry using 3D printing on a broad spectrum it’s aeronautics & aerospace. From early stage project visualisation to prototyping to complete production, this industry is leading the way in Additive Manufacturing (AM) technologies. Let’s study current use and future use of 3D printing in the aeronautics & aerospace industry by studying concrete examples, from proof of concept to mass production. We will finish... Read More
The Full List of 60+ Materials Available at Sculpteo. And Yes, We Do Metal and Bi-Materials !
At Sculpteo there’s more than meets the eye (or the site) when it comes to the materials we offer. There are a plethora of other materials that you can special order by contacting our sales team. You’re likely familiar with the materials we already have available for automatic quoting on our website, but there are a couple others that you can get your hands on if you’re really in need (flexible resin for example).... Read More
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