Partnering with Sculpteo and teaching students how to use this hot new technology to market themselves and their art is a natural fit.
New York, NY (PRWEB) November 14, 2013
3D Training Institute, (3DTi) an industry leader in teaching Autodesk software, and Sculpteo, an innovative 3D cloud printing service, are excited to announce a collaboration to promote 3D printing to the student community.
3DTi and Sculpteo will conduct a live-online webinar on Wednesday, December 4th, from 6pm to 7pm (Pacific Time), about how to prepare 3D files for printing, set up your own online store, and embed Sculpteo’s technology onto your own website.
The business of 3D printing is exploding. Mass customization is expected to go beyond mass production. Sculpteo has created a 3D cloud printing service that unites artists and designers with customers; and has taken all the hassle out of the 3D printing and selling process.
"Sculpteo is an online 3D printing service that is available to everyone. But not everyone is able to create a printable file using 3D software. This is why our partnership with 3DTi is so valuable; it enables us to teach people how to create 3D files for 3D printing," says Clément Moreau, CEO of Sculpteo.
3D Training Institute (3DTi) has been recognized as an industry leader in providing live-online training in Autodesk Software (3dsMax, Maya, Revit, and Inventor) and helping students get their careers on the fast track to success.
“3DTi recently launched an ambitious service called Studio Connect, to give students a chance to work with industry professionals and prepare them for real-world projects after they successfully complete the program. Partnering with Sculpteo and teaching students how to use this hot new technology to market themselves and their art is a natural fit,” says Ben Katt, 3DTi.
The Sculpteo 3D printing engine can produce a different object for each individual. The ability to produce a physical model from a 3D file has important applications in architecture, manufacturing, gaming, home wares, lighting, jewelry, and almost every other conceivable industry.
Using Sculpteo’s unique 3D cloud printing engine, artists are able to upload their 3D files onto the Sculpteo platform. Sculpteo handles everything, from printing and shipping, to billing and payments. It allows customers to choose colors, sizes, and materials, to create personalized gifts or other items of their choosing. Customers can design a one-of-a-kind piece, individualizing a piece of jewelry or art for personal use or home display.
Sculpteo and 3DTi will provide free training videos on how to prepare 3D files for printing. Sculpteo will give 3DTi students a discount to print physical models of their work and to create a personal library of the models they have created. 3DTi will also conduct training seminars to help artists and designers market their designs using the Sculpteo platform.
For more information and to register for the 3D printing webinar visit: http://www.3dtraining.com/sculpteo.
About 3D Training Institute (3DTi)
3D Training Institute (3DTi) is the leading provider of short-term production-based training programs in Autodesk Software. Popular trade magazines have recognized 3DTi as “One of the top schools, where students can put their careers on the fast track.” 3DTraining Institute was one of the first companies to offer project-based training in a simulated live-online production environment. Recently 3DTi became one of the first live-online training centers to become an authorized Autodesk Training Center (ATC). For more information, visit http://www.3DTraining.com.
Founded in 2009, Sculpteo offers customers a full online 3D printing service and the opportunity to convert 3D files into 3D printed objects. The Sculpteo online platform is designed to make this new technology easy to use and accessible to all. Customers can print objects in a range of materials. In addition to affiliates, Sculpteo can outsource its production to 3D printing facilities located near end users. Sculpteo also owns 3D printing facilities in Europe. For more information, visit http://www.scuplteo.com.