• Jul : 24 : 2014 - 3D Printing Replaces Cadavers
  • Jul : 24 : 2014 - Last Night on Kimmel, Tomorrow at Comic-Con: A Walking 14-Foot Monster, Courtesy of FX Designers and Stratasys
  • Jul : 23 : 2014 - Order Tracking: Detailed, Real-time, Made for Humans
  • Jul : 23 : 2014 - 5 Skills To Help You Begin 3D Printing Today
  • Jul : 23 : 2014 - 14-Foot Creature Roaring Into Comic-Con with Stratasys 3D Printing

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Medical students have learned anatomy and practiced surgery using cadavers for centuries. Now that doesn’t always have to be the case.

Every once in a while, a star shows up on Jimmy Kimmel Live and you find that their mother is sitting in the audience.

Hi, Alex here, Sculpteo’s UX designer, with another update, this time to order tracking . We pride ourselves on being the fastest online 3D printing service, but we know that even a few minutes of the unknown feels like forever.

From an outsider’s perspective, 3D printing can seem difficult. But chances are, you already have the natural skills and resources to get started. And that’s good:  3D printing is growing in popularity because it allows individuals to create one-of-a-kind products in a short amount of time— without heavy production costs.

Bodock, created by Stan Winston School and Legacy Effects with 3D printing by Stratasys, on Hollywood Blvd. for the Jimmy Kimmel Show What do you get when you combine the design genius of the Stan Winston School of Character Art s,  the creative mastery of Legacy Effects and Stratasys 3D printing? The answer of course is Bodock – the 14-foot walking-talking giant creature that just debuted on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live

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Medical students have learned anatomy and practiced surgery using cadavers for centuries. Now that doesn’t always have to be the case.

Every once in a while, a star shows up on Jimmy Kimmel Live and you find that their mother is sitting in the audience.

Hi, Alex here, Sculpteo’s UX designer, with another update, this time to order tracking . We pride ourselves on being the fastest online 3D printing service, but we know that even a few minutes of the unknown feels like forever.

From an outsider’s perspective, 3D printing can seem difficult. But chances are, you already have the natural skills and resources to get started. And that’s good:  3D printing is growing in popularity because it allows individuals to create one-of-a-kind products in a short amount of time— without heavy production costs.

Bodock, created by Stan Winston School and Legacy Effects with 3D printing by Stratasys, on Hollywood Blvd. for the Jimmy Kimmel Show What do you get when you combine the design genius of the Stan Winston School of Character Art s,  the creative mastery of Legacy Effects and Stratasys 3D printing? The answer of course is Bodock – the 14-foot walking-talking giant creature that just debuted on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live

There are over 100 industry-grade 3D printer models currently on the market. These printers are large, commercial 3D printing machines intended for professional use. At Sculpteo we exclusively uses professional 3D printers.

We’re excited to announce that the Maker Faire is coming back to Detroit, Michigan for the 5 th year in a row. We are grateful to be a part of this event and are looking forward to sharing our passion for 3D printing with you

You don’t have to be an expert to start making 3D printed jewelry. There is a free, beginner-friendly browser-based program called JWEEL that lets you build and design 3D printed jewelry

You don’t have to be an expert to start making 3D printed jewelry. There is a free, beginner-friendly browser-based program called JWEEL that lets you build and design 3D printed jewelry. You can buy your jewelry after you finish designing it, but don’t have to (prices start at about 61€/$83 for brass, and they don’t SPAM you with e-mails!) Here’s more information, including how to use JWEEL

While Hasbro’s existing catalog is already brimming with toys for childhood recreation, it has just announced an initiative that could bring a new level of personalization to playtime. Joining forces with 3D-printing marketplace Shapeways, the company has launched SuperFanArt, a site that lets fans design and print toys based on Hasbro’s much-loved product range. .

3D Printing Replaces Cadavers

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