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top sculpteoThe 3D design and printing community is very much committed to sharing, including everything from techniques in design and manufacturing, to new products in every sector–right down to sharing files and designs so that others can 3D print and enjoy the designs also. Being able to share in the 3D printing community is also important for getting feedback and enjoying the perks of having others make improvements to the designs that were previously not considered.

When you’ve come up with something stunning and new, don’t you want to share it with the world? While it’s nice to display what you’ve created, it’s also just as fulfilling to check out what everyone else has made too. If you are looking for a way to display your 3D files online, Sculpteo now has the answer, with an array of user-friendly options available to you so that you can share your 3D models everywhere.

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As 3D printing has been evolving over the years, displaying 3D designs and models on the web has been somewhat challenging, but there has definitely been a large population of users waiting for a reliable and powerful way to do so. Sculpteo has announced that they are now offering this service, with the following features to satisfy users:

  • Over 25 file formatsOptions
  • Embedded 3D viewer file formats
  • Free of charge

Do you want to embed your 3D design on your blog? Website? WordPress? If so, all you need is Sculpteo’s embedding tool, which is very easy to use. If you know how to embed a YouTube video, you’ll already be an old hand at the system, which just involves copying the iframe data and delivering it to your webpage’s code.

The embedding tool allows you to decide on the size of the viewer, offers background options, multiple display functions, and allows you to optimize the iframe code for JavaScript or WebGL if you so desire; if not, you can just choose ‘auto.’

This tool also allows you to link your viewer to your gallery, detail page, or remove them all together.

If you are an avid WordPress user, it’s a snap! Just click here to see the page you use to download the module and then display everything onto your WordPress blog or website. You’ll want to click on the small star next to ‘Add Media,’ and then upload the file.

With the ease and usefulness provided in the options Sculpteo has created for you to upload your 3D models and designs, you will have a great new tool if you want to share your designs with others, spotlight a certain project—or just show off!

Hoping to be ‘the maker of your 3D dreams, San Francisco based Sculpteo is a 3D marketplace that enables people to buy, sell, and have items 3D printed. Users simply upload their files, Sculpteo performs the 3D printing, and ships the 3D printed object. Sculpteo also offers great advice, designs, and discounts at their online blog.

Have you used Sculpteo’s services, or one like it? Tell us about it in Sculpteo’s Embedding Tool forum thread at 3DPB.com.

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