ENGINEERING.com and Stratasys want to Bring Your Design Vision to Life

Now accepting design submissions for
phase three of the 3D Printing Design
contest. Send us your design in .stl or zip
format by December 3rd, 2012.
(you can save any CAD file as .stl)

Our panel of judges will select three
winning designs
for the week which
will be printed and shipped to the
entrant along with a cash prize of $100.
And, by sending us your designs, you
will also be entered for a chance to
win the $2,000 cash Grand Prize!

Your chances of winning are excellent.
We can’t wait to see your designs!

 See Contest Rules Here

Please enter the following information to register for ENGINEERING.com’s 3D Printing Design Contest:


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Judging Criteria:

  1. Design/Visual Appeal
  2. Complexity
  3. Originality of the design and application
  4. Practicality and Functionality
  5. Positive societal contribution

 

Submission Deadlines:

  • November 12th @ 11:59pm
  • November 19th @ 11:59pm
  • December 3rd @ 11:59pm

 

File Compatibility for Entries:

  • Compress into STL file
  • Entries will be scaled to print in 5x5x5 inches
  • All positive features must be larger than 20,000th of an inch

 

Week One Winners

Bill Murphy – Vibratory Therapy Device
Patients suffering from chronic bronchial and pulmonary conditions are always in need of methods to clear airways. This vibratory therapy device is a simple way for those suffering from conditions such as cystic fibrosis to get relief. By breathing in and out through the device, pulmonary build ups can be broken up and expectorated more easily.

Samuel Bernier – Fanon Lampshade
Shipping and longevity are the two major problems with common lampshades. By creating a 3D-printed lampshade, Samuel has made and “on-demand” product that can be made at home.  This eliminates the cost of storing the lampshade in a factory and the chance that it will be destroyed in shipping.

Qiyue Song – Wind Turbine
Qiyue’s design for a wind turbine is a simple five piece construction consisting of a hub, a cap and three blades. With wind turbines becoming a more popular method for generating energy, designing simplicity into their construction is becoming more important.  Qiyue’s model does just that.