We had such a hard time choosing the winners.
Artists Andreas Bhend and Samuel Bernier teamed up to take do-it-yourself to another level Having some previous success using a 3D printer to create replacement lamp shades for an IKEA lamp, they received a request to do something new, and they were happy to oblige. Andreas traveled to Paris to work alongside Samuel, who was working at a 3D printing shop startup called Le FabShop.
Back in August, we reported about the US Army deploying several 3D printing labs across Afghanistan. On the heels of that announcement, the US military has said that it will be developing its own 3D printers for possible use on the frontlines of the future
Paris Design Week just ended. It has been an extremely vibrant and intense week and we wanted to thank all of you for adopting Sculpteo as the trustworthy journeyman of your creations.
While the debate over a name for the process of making objects in an additive manner continues, “additive manufacturing” is losing momentum and “3D printing” is rising to the top. In a previous post, I stated that the winning name will be (or has been) selected by the media and the masses: Easy to say and unambiguous with a hint of something new and innovative
Sculpteo supports the Ultimaker Battle happening right now with m.e.u.h.|lab , fablab of Roubaix (North of France) and ESA- n In 2 days, 2 teams of 5 students will build an Ultimaker each and 3D print an object. Winners will receive vouchers for 3D printing with Sculpteo . A chance to test out our innovative materials and 3D print from our professionals printers.