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Export and 3D Print your Files from 3DTin to Sculpteo

Sculpteo 3D printing service is now integrated to 3DTin, the 3D modeling tool that runs directly in your browser.

Export your files on Sculpteo.com for easy 3D printing. We produce your object and send it to you. You receive your creation a few days later at your doorstep.

3DTin is free and works on Google Chrome and Firefox with WebGL support. Everyone can use it as soon as designs are in Creative Commons. Because it is a service in the cloud, you have access from any computer to your sketches made on 3DTin. They are accessible from anywhere and you can share them with a unique URL.

Sketches can be exported in the main 3D formats: STL, OBJ, DAE. You can then modify them in other modeling and printing softwares.

When you export your file on Sculpteo, you can choose your material, change the size of your design and check the solidity of your future object.

Thanks to 3DTin for this partnership!

Minecraft.Print() allows you to export your Minecraft creations for 3D Printing

Minecraft.Print(), a project by Cody Sumter and Jason Boggess in the MIT Media Lab, allows you to use Minecraft as a 3D CAD software in order to print your creations via a 3D Printer.

Incredible structures have been created within Minecraft. Why can’t we take those virtual creations, and bring them into the real world? This is our attempt to create a bridge between Minecraft and the real world, via 3D Printers.

To avoid printing the entire world, it is necessary to specify the region you wish to process. By placing a combination of specific blocks (obsidian, diamond, gold, iron) at two points you can define the 3 dimensional area to print. Minecraft.Print() then outputs a standard model file for 3D printing