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BASF Acquires 3D Printing Service Provider Sculpteo
Acquisition said to provide access to new materials and technologies for customers of BASF and Sculpteo.
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3D Printing gives you access to geometries that were impossible with other manufacturing technologies (interlocking parts, complex assembly). Sculpteo Rapid Prototyping 3D Printing service is fast and reliable. With 20+ file format accepted and fully on-line experience, you can focus on...
Sculpteo Unveils Fabpilot Cloud-Based Printer Management
The new Fabpilot solution is a software as a service (SaaS) product that allows third parties to control and manage 3D printers, including nesting orders, preparing parts, and shipping.
Testing Sculpteo’s Agile Metal Technology 3D-Printing Software
Sculpteo offers a new design-guidance software suite called Agile Metal Technology (AMT).
Sculpteo Uses 3D Printing to Design Fully Functional Bike
The project's designers made the bike ready for a 700-mile trip from Las Vegas to San Francisco.
Sculpteo Adds Artificial Intelligence to Additive Manufacturing
The company's new software, Agile Metal Technology, offers tools for optimization and part standardization.
Sculpteo 3D Printing Offering ‘Hollowing’ and ‘Cutaway View’ Features
This no cost feature can help designers create lighter and accurate prints.


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