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Acer America Corp. is a computer manufacturer of business and consumer PCs, notebooks, ultrabooks, projectors, servers, and storage products.

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333 West San Carlos Street
San Jose, California 95110
United States

WWW: acer.com

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January 7, 2014 |

Sculpteo Ups Its 3D Printing Game

The company’s website expands the company’s 3D printing service to accommodate SMBs in need of short-run manufacturing.

Sculpteo is an online 3D printing service based in Paris and San Francisco. The latest feature of the company’s website, sculpteo.com, enables the company to expand its 3D printing service for SMBs in need of short-run manufacturing. The company is demonstrating the website this week at CES in Las Vegas.

Sculpteo.com enables users to upload a 3D file, change the size and dimensions of the object directly within the browser, select a printing material, and order their design to be 3D printed and shipped.†

“Ordering multiple objects directly on our website turns 3D printing into a real manufacturing solution,” says Sculpteo co-founder Clement Moreau. “By making it cost-effective for people to order higher volumes, Sculpteo is taking 3D printing beyond prototypes and on-demand manufacturing and into mass-production.”

Batch Control

A new Batch Control feature gives users greater control over the quality and pricing of multi-unit orders. The Batch Control provides:

  • Visualization of an entire order inside the printer.
  • Optimized positioning of models.
  • Instant per-unit pricing comparison with print quantity changes.
  • Two levels of print resolution to modify the thickness of the print layers.
  • Three finishes, including glossy varnish, satin polish, and double polish.
  • Ability to control the direction of the print layers within objects by adjusting the z-axis orientation of models.
  • Preview simulation of each layer of a print quality.

3D printing doesn’t offer the same economies of scale as traditional manufacturing methods. With Batch Control, however, customers can save up to 35 percent by ordering multi-unit batches that are optimized for the 3D printing process. The unique visualizer shows the entire order inside the printer tray.

Objects are automatically arranged to optimize the printing area for the lowest price. The visualizer also illustrates any empty space, enabling the user to fill the extra space without necessarily paying more for the additional objects.†


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