The i.materialise summer of surprises is now in its eighth week! Every week in July and August we announce new enhancements, price drops, discounts and coupons that will save you money. This week’s surprise: 15% off steel 3D prints! Read more…
SketchUp is a 3D modeling software for creating geometric 3D objects such as architectural models, scale models, interior design items, and functional parts. It’s a program that gives you the perfect mix of simplicity and quality: SketchUp is known for its user-friendly interface and short learning time. Upon completion of the exercises in this beginner’s guide to SketchUp, you will know the essential tips and tricks to create your own models in SketchUp. So let’s get started and learn the basics of this great 3D modeling software!
Our summer of surprises continues with another great deal: during the next 24 hours, you will get 30% off on your Polyamide Priority orders! No promo code needed – simply place your order in Polyamide Priority and you will receive a price that is 30% less than our regular price.
3D printing is shaping the way we design and produce unique fashion pieces. In this top 10 list, we will take a look at the most stunning 3D printed dresses from talented designers and learn how this cutting-edge technology is already changing the fashion industry.
Onshape is the first and only complete cloud 3D CAD system that lets everyone on a design team simultaneously work together using a web browser, phone or tablet. And it’s currently making a buzz! That’s why we decided to make the lives easier of Onshape users interested in 3D printing. As of today, Onshape users can connect their CAD program with our 3D printing service in just a few clicks.
The i.materialise summer of surprises is now in its fifth week! Every week in July and August we will announce new enhancements, price drops, discounts and coupons that will save you money. This week’s surprise: 5% off high detail stainless steel 3D prints!
Earlier this month, we talked about how to print Aluminum and Titanium parts with Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) 3D printers. However, DMLS is not the only technology that lets you print metals. This time we will take a look at Indirect Metal Printing, a process which is used for our 3D-printed steel.