This week we’re traveling to Frankfurt, Germany to take in this year’s EuroMold trade show. If you don’t know, EuroMold is the world’s largest event focused on mold-making and prototyping equipment – and that means 3D printers, too.
In retrospect, we hadn’t realized what we were looking at, when, at the 3D Printshow we stumbled into the covertly-located 3D print gallery. The large area held many examples of 3D printed art, some already famous and some about to be famous.
Earlier this week our design of the week featured Icarus Had a Sister , by Masters & Munn. While we’re certain you’ll agree the work is astonishing, we also must tell the incredible story of how it came to be, as revealed during a long conversation at the close of the 2013 3D Printshow
We’ve just finished this year’s London 3D Printshow, and while our feet still ache and our brains still explode, we must tell you about this astounding event.
We organize a new Meetup about Art and Digital Creation on November 19th in Paris. The event will takes place at l’Etablisienne .
A new approach to capturing 3D scans of extremely large objects has been pioneered by senseFly, who produce the eBee drone series. They teamed with Drone Adventures , an organization dedicated to demonstrating the power of drones, to capture a detailed scan of the Matterhorn, Europe’s tallest mountain.
For its third edition, the Silicon Valley Technology Innovation & Entrepreneurship Forum has invited Sculpteo to set up a booth to present 3D printing. On November the 2nd, our team will be ready to welcome you at the Santa Clara Convention Center. We will be presenting our services and our 3D Printing Cloud Engine with tons of great 3D printed objects