Sculpteo is a fully online 3D printing service. Based in San Francisco and Paris, Sculpteo was founded in 2009 to make this new technology easy, fast and accessible to all.
Sculpteo is a pioneer in this new industrial revolution: 3D printing with the on-demand manufacturing, of customizable products, and production relocation to be close to its customers. The 3D online printing service operated by Sculpteo offers users the ability to create digital files and turn them into real objects, in a large range of materials, thanks to 3D technology. Sculpteo develops 3D tools allowing entrepreneurs to remotely manufacture their products – from a unique model to limited editions. The production of 3D printed parts, to be assembled in end products, represents half of the production since 2014. By operating at the intersection of Internet and 3D printing, Sculpteo widens the access to a manufacturing technology that has a large impact on all industries. The share of professionals elevates to more than 80% of its turnover. Sculpteo makes 60% of its turnover abroad including 40% in the US.
3D printing with more than 60 materials available
The Sculpteo service offers a wide range of materials: plastics, resins, and metals. Sculpteo’s dedicated research and development team constantly works on continuously expanding its range of materials.
The Sculpteo platform: Advanced 3D printing technology
Sculpteo has developed several tools to facilitate 3D objects manufacturing: an automatic correction tool, reinforced by an engine that calculates the strength of compatible parts with all kind of browsers and platforms (i.e. Windows, Mac, Smartphones, tablets…), a window of visualization allowing direct access to the created design, an automatic price calculating engine which takes into account the shape of the object, the chosen scale, the material as well as optimization tools like the automatic digging or the planning of small series. Sculpteo is the only platform able to adapt to users’ skills and offer automatic tools for a successful 3D printing.
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