Sculpteo Invites You to Join Beta Testing Program Now – Provide Feedback for the Future of 3D Printing
Aside from being employed at the table of a medieval king, being a tester is pretty cool gig if you can line one up–and especially when it involves something you are passionate about, like 3D printing (which we’ll assume you might be if you are reading this). Some pretty cool opportunities arrive through beta testing, and you will want to check out Sculpteo’s latest offer.
If you are a 3D printing enthusiast who wants to get in on the newest 3D printing features from Sculpteo as well as offering valuable feedback that has significance in what might be offered in the future for the maker community, you may want to join the Sculpteo Beta Program. Joining is as easy as clicking on the ‘Join’ link in the footer at Sculpteo. Once you do that, your computer has become part of the beta testing program. (Opting out is as easy as going back to the beta version page you joined on, and clicking to opt out.)
New features that you get the early scoop on–and use of–are to be found in the user gallery. Sculpteo has, so far, included some ‘drag and drop and batch’ options to start. As more options continue to be added, not only will you be on the cutting edge and in the know before everyone else, but you’ll be helping to shape Sculpteo’s services.
The 3D printing company, headquartered in France and the U.S., is one of the world’s largest 3D printing service bureaus that operates not just as a supplier for getting your 3D prints to you, but also as a complete community and marketplace. They have a true commitment to studying the industry, as we detailed recently in a comprehensive survey that Sculpteo did regarding the ‘State of 3D Printing.’ Their finds, not surprisingly, showed a growing industry they want to continuing studying and as is key–changing with.
As a trusted supplier of 3D prints for many thousands, the Sculpteo team understands that while 3D printing is taking many sectors by storm, still not everyone can afford to buy a desktop 3D printer–and some just don’t want to, whether it’s because they don’t have the skill, advanced interest, or space in a small abode.
As a service bureau, Sculpteo is able to stand out due to their understanding and continued study of the growing 3D printing industry–along with offering services and features that no one else can. They are known for outstanding speed, as well as quality, with unique features like hollowing to save on price and material, batch control for multi-unit orders, and ‘final proofing’ so that you can see exactly what the product will look like before ordering. They also offer bulk ordering of items that are shipped from Sculpteo.com.
The community for this 3D printing provider, famous for its cloud platform, is one that spans the globe, as they are offered great access to 3D designs that can be ordered as desired, along with opportunities to work with designers on numerous levels. All it takes is tuning in online and choosing from a wide range of materials, finishes, and options, with all the tools needed. The platform is a desirable venue for 3D printing enthusiasts on all levels.
Are you interested in becoming part of the Sculpteo beta program? Do you beta test any other products or platforms, and if so, what do you find to be most beneficial about it? Discuss in the Beta Testing Program forum over at 3DPB.com.
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