Stratasys has just started to accept submissions for the annual Extreme Redesign 3D Printing Challenge 2015.
Students worldwide in the field of engineering, design, art or architecture are invited to create a new product that improves how a task is accomplished or to redesign an existing product. Entries can be submitted until February 11, 2015.
You can find the details for this challenge in the following press release:
Minneapolis & Rehovot, Israel – Sept. 16, 2014 – Stratasys Ltd. (Nasdaq:SSYS), a leading global provider of 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions, is now accepting submissions to the 11th annual Extreme Redesign 3D Printing Challenge.
Open to students worldwide, this annual 3D printing challenge invites students in engineering, design and art or architecture to create a new product that improves how a task is accomplished or to redesign an existing product. Entries should be mechanically sound, realistic and achievable, and are judged based on:
Sound mechanical design and part integrity
Compelling description (written and/or video)
Aesthetics (art or architecture category)
Individual students or two-person teams are required to create designs using 3D CAD software and to submit their design files in .STL format to Stratasys online, along with a written description and/or a 30-second video explaining the value and benefit of the Extreme Redesign model. The deadline to submit entries is Feb. 11, 2015. Categories include:
Engineering: Secondary Education (middle and high school)
Engineering: Post-Secondary (university, college or post-secondary
Art or architecture (any grade level)
New this year, the first-place student winner in the post-secondary category will win a trip to a 3D printing/additive manufacturing conference in 2015 (location to be determined). First-place winners in every category will receive $2,500 (US dollars) scholarships, and the instructor of the first-place student will receive a demo 3D printer for a limited time to use in the classroom. Second and third place winners will receive $1,000 (US dollars) scholarships. The top-10 entries in each category will receive a Stratasys apparel item (value up to $50) and regional semi-finalists will receive a 3D printed model of their design. Each person who enters will receive an official Extreme Redesign T-shirt.
For more information about Extreme Redesign 3D Printing Challenge and contest rules, visit the Extreme Redesign page on Stratasys’ website. Plus, follow Extreme Redesign 3D Printing Challenge on Facebook.