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The 2019 3D Printing Industry Awards are less than two months away and we are on the hunt for this years trophy.
If you think you have a winning design then submit your idea for the chance to see it become the official trophy given out at this years award ceremony. If successful you will win an Ultimaker 3 3D printer.
Protolabs - MyMiniFactory - Competition - Midnight - GMT
Sponsored by Protolabs and hosted by MyMiniFactory the competition will close at midnight (GMT) on May 1st 2019.
The task is to design a trophy that truly embodies the possibilities of 3D printing, and Protolabs’ state of the art manufacturing capabilities. The winner will have access to the full capabilities of Protolabs, state of the art, additive manufacturing machinery.
Mind - Trophy - Capabilities - Printing - Whilst
With this in mind, you should design a trophy that will celebrate the unique capabilities of 3D printing, whilst pushing Protolabs manufacturing capabilities to the limit.
You will also receive your design made using Protolabs advanced manufacturing technology.
Year - Winner - Sruthi - Venkatesh - Awards
Last year’s winner, Sruthi Venkatesh attended the Awards dinner and was a first time MMF designer, so the competition is really open to anyone.
The 2018 3D Printing Industry Awards trophy in the hands of one of last year’s winners.
Design - S - Relation - Brief - Optimise
– Think about your design(s) in relation to the brief and how best you might best optimise it for 3D printing.
– Make sure you read all the design constraints and download all designer resources so as to ensure you are on the right track.
Levi - Giesbrecht - Design - Advantage - Printing
Levi Giesbrecht’s design that takes advantage of support-free powder-bed printing and the...
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