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Will Grover, Research Associate MIT
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Jean-Luc Aider, researcher at CNRS, in charge of “Flow Control” at the ESPCI laboratory:
Withings Baby Phone designed by Elium Studio,laser-sintered polyamide prototype.
Rewarded a star from L’Observeur du Design 2011, Lieu du Design Award for the Paris Region and 2 CES Innovation Awards
Rapid prototyping was essential for us to check the volumes of our submissions, especially for the Smart Baby Monitor where two very different solutions were under consideration. It helped with our decision based on a realistic model and let us quickly visualize the changes we needed to apply.
What are the benefits of an intermediate model in the process of defining objects?
They are multiple:
- Quickly producing a 3D model allows us to visualize the real thing rather than an image, which helps to make decisions on its proportions and evaluate perceptions of the object. It’s an essential step in the project development process and is all the more effective when used in the early stages, which only rapid prototyping allows.
- Moreover, rapid prototyping allows us to easily include functional elements (kinematics, moving parts) which a “foam” mock-up cannot. Again, this helps to validate our architectural choices.
- And finally, with an adequate design, it allows us to produce different options with a common basis and test several submissions very cheaply.
Can you tell us what you think of Sculpteo’s production process and turnaround time, and the quality of their items?
The production process is extremely simple – it can be fully managed remotely. You upload your file, they check it, send a reliable quote and start manufacturing almost immediately. That means we can receive our item within 48 to 72 hours, which is virtually impossible with other methods.
Jean-Luc Durou, technology teacher
Project by Roubert Ravaux Clément architects, Svenn architects and architect Benoit Vanneste,model made of laser-sintered polyamide.
Lauréat du concours « Habitat durable et solidaire » organisé par l'ALJT et l’Entreprise Sociale pour l’Habitat OSICA.
Teo Villa Project by designer Jean-Baptiste PontecorvoModel produced by laser-sintered polyamide and colour 3D printing.
Robot head with binocular vision (BVS)Model produced in laser-sintered polyamide.
Project “Dentsply” by Lionel Rossier.Model produced in laser-sintered polyamide and painted silver.
Jérôme Cohen, Manager
Didier Faustino Exhibition at Galeries Lafayette Maison
Sculpteo.com is pleasant to use, providing fast quotes and great communications. "