Sculpteo Blog – 11.6.19
Additive manufacturing evolves quickly. Every month, we see new technologies, new 3D printable materials, and new game-changing 3D printers. Among all of these changes, we can also see that trends and 3D printing uses are evolving. We notice a growing interest in large 3D printers from both consumers and small businesses. But where does this interest come from? What are the applications of additive manufacturing requiring large volume 3D printers?
Source: Large 3D printers: The best 3D printing machines
Sculpteo Blog – 10.23.19
We met Patrick Herbault, an inventor working with Sculpteo’s online 3D printing service to create his projects. How is 3D printing useful in his daily job and how is Sculpteo helping him to overcome the challenges of inventing? Let’s find out.
Source: Meet Patrick Herbault, an inventor using 3D printing
Sculpteo Blog – 8.16.19 (8.13.19)
Proof of concept is an essential part of any product development process. Before moving onto rapid prototyping, you need to know what’s the starting point. 3D printing can really help you out with that by providing you new and better ways of producing your proof of concept. Today we will discuss what exactly is a proof of concept, why should you consider 3D printing as the ultimate method to create your model and how beneficial it can be for your manufacturing strategies.
Read more: Top 10 advantages of using 3D printing for proof of concept
Sculpteo Blog – 8.8.19 (8.7.19)
3D printing is now changing how glasses are designed and manufactured. Many eyewear manufacturers, or even individuals, are starting to adopt this layer-by-layer technique, mainly to differentiate their products from their competitors and bring more innovation to their glasses designs. But 3D printing technology also offers new possibilities for your eyewear company.
Read more: 3D printed glasses: Taking the eyewear industry to the next level
Sculpteo Blog – 7.18.19 (7.16.19)
We recently wrote about saving forests thanks to Additive Manufacturing, now new research was conducted to protect wildlife animals. Brandy Neiles, a resource biologist from South Dakota’s Gae, Fish & Parks, is changing the face of preserving the Bobcat population with his revolutionary development.
Read more: Can we save wildlife with 3D printing?