New Meetup: 3D Printing & Hardware (from Prototyping to Producing)

For this 13th Sculpteo Meetup, we’re inviting you to join us on the ESSEC Business School Campus in Cergy-Pontoise to talk about 3D Printing, Entrepreneurship & Startups. The goal is to share some knowledge and experiences from entrepreneurs who’re using 3D printing to launch hardware startups. The Meetup will begins with a roundtable led by Arthur Cassaignau, our Business Developer. Speakers are: – Benjamin Carlu, co-founder from l’USINE.IO     […]Read More…

New Meetup at TechShop San Francisco

Come meet us for our joint meetup with TechShop San Francisco on Thursday the 24th. Nora, our US Sales Manager, will be there to present a new feature to come on the San Francisco page of Techshop’s website: the integration with Sculpteo’s online 3D Printing service. After years of relationship, Techshop is integrating Sculpteo’s service directly on the San Francisco page of Techshop’s web-site. This will open an option for a […]Read More…

Love.by.me lets you create unique jewelry to share with your love one

Love.by.me is a new web application that lets you create customized jewelry of your name and the name of your loved one. It has been thought as a way to create amazing gift for couples and family. Through a simple interface, you’re able to add two names on an existing heart design and have it printed as a pendant, necklace or keyring. For this project, Dassault Systèmes imagined a very […]Read More…

Guide to 3D Printing Your Design in Ceramic

Ceramic is one of the most exciting materials for 3D printing. With 3D printed ceramic, you can create designs that are food safe, withstand high temperatures, and have a high-quality glossy finish. But it is also one of the most difficult materials to design for. We’ll tell you how to design for 3D printed ceramic and ensure you get the best result. How Does Ceramic 3D Printing Work? The design […]Read More…

How to choose the right material for your 3D prints?

3D printing is not a unique process with just one material or one technology. In fact, when you’re looking for a 3D printed part, you can choose between many solutions and this choice will largely impact the outcome. Depending on where you are in the development lifecycle of your product, choosing the best material can be the key to your project’s success. Let us guide you through the process of […]Read More…

Easter 3D Printing Challenge with CGtrader!

Every holiday should be an opportunity to do some 3D printing! That’s why we partnered once again with CGtrader for Easter. If kids will be looking for chocolate this year, some of us will be more focused on making 3D print ready models related to Easter to win this contest. It could be anything: decorations for home, decorated eggs, 3D printable Easter bunnies or anything that reminds Easter. Once again, […]Read More…

The Foodini, a 3D Printer for food on Kickstarter!

No need to go very far to see that 3D printed food wins lots of excitement. On TV, in the news or during the differents shows, we often hear the question “And you can even print food?”. Yes. But it depends on what you want to put behind the word 3D printing. Lots of 3D printers are already using a head to melt and extrude ABS or PLA and 3D […]Read More…

3D Printing as a Long Term Solution for Independent Product Designers

Bhold is a line of 3D printed accessories for home, office, and travel. When bhold CEO Susan Taing founded the company last year, she didn’t want the launch to rest on one single item, but rather a cohesive collection of products. “I wanted the bhold product line to tell a story from day 1,” says Susan. She also didn’t want to compromise on time-to-market, spending years or months in development. […]Read More…

Dutch surgeons perform first 3D Printed Skull Transplant

3D printing can solve a great deal of issues, but this one is huge. In Utrecht, Doctors from the University Medical Center, have realized the very first full skull transplant with the use of a 3D printer. The 22 year old woman is now living with a 3D printed implant as skull replacement. As the doctors explained, the performed operation was the only way to save the young woman from […]Read More…

Introducing 3D printing of new Translucent Resin material

Hello Everyone! We have great news! We’ve waited a few days until it’s finally online but Alexis, our Production Director, came to the rest of the team with great news somewhere during the week to tell us we were ready to launch a new material: our translucent resin! Your calls for an ideal material to simulate glass and translucent parts have been answered. In other words, it’s a rigid and nearly […]Read More…

Support Sculpteo in its Hack4France run

There are many Hackathon out there, but this one is another kind. The team behind Hack4France imagined a two months online Hackathon during which developers from everywhere can join to imagine new ways to use APIs. The contest is divided in 3 steps. And we need your help for the first one. Along with about 20 others French startups that developed an API, we are running to be selected as […]Read More…

Announcing the New Upload and Checkout

Hi, I’m Alex, in charge of User Experience here at Sculpteo. I thought I’d take a minute to let you know about some changes that we’ll be rolling out over the coming weeks, starting with new upload and checkout forms. After working with some of our users over the past few months at our meetups and events, we found our users are generally happy with our features, but they sometimes […]Read More…

Potatoyz lets kids make their own “Potatoe” models online and print them!

More and more apps are created to let you make 3D models online. However just a few are directly targetted at young children. Antomicsoom had the idea to let kids do just that. With a playful and fun interface you can imagine your own Potatoyz figurine and print it directly in 3D!  Atomic Soom is a studio that imagines new digital creations with a specific approach. The team behind it grew a deep […]Read More…

Sculpteo to Showcase Mass-Production with 3D Printing at Inside 3D Printing NY Conference

Our famous pink pigs — demonstrating mass-production with 3D printing — continue their tour with a return to NYC for the Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo, April 2-4. This year’s event also includes a Maker Summit and Pavilion. Sculpteo’s Kristen Turner will be a panelist on the Maker Summit’s Additive Manufacturing Unplugged session. We will be at booth #313 in the main expo hall. Come by to chat about […]Read More…

Marketing Agency Creates 325 3D Printed Robots

Most people know that 3D printing is great for engineers, product designers, hardware startups, and hobbyists. But there’s another group that’s adopting 3D printing in their business: marketing and communications agencies. R&R Partners, a national brand agency renowned for creating the (in)famous Las Vegas tourism slogan “What happens here, stays here”, recently created hundreds of mini-robots with Sculpteo’s 3D printing service. The robots were printed for the VoltRRon summit, a […]Read More…