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”Extreme Redesign” Contest by Dimension 3D Printing

Are you a student and ready for an ‘Extreme Redesign 3D Printing Challenge? Or at least a T-Shirt?

Stratasys have just launched their Seventh Annual “Extreme Redesign” Contest through Dimension 3D Printing.

Nine student winners will claim either $2,500 or $1,000 scholarships in the categories of:

  • High School Engineering
  • College Engineering
  • Art & Architecture.

 To be competitive the submission must:

  • Describe the value & benefit of your Extreme Redesign in video or written format
  • Have sound mechanical design / part integrity
  • Be creative
  • Useful (unless in art & architecture category?)
  • Beauty (if in art & architecture category)

Entries will be accepted starting September 8, 2010 through January 31, 2011.

Winners in each of the categories will receive a $2,500 scholarship and runner-ups will receive $1,000 scholarships. Semi-finalists from each category will be printed on a Dimension 3D Printer and the models will be sent back to the students along with a $50 gift card.

Two bonus award categories in which students may compete for $250.
The first bonus category asks students to create a fresh design twist
on an existing building or bridge. The second bonus category challenges
students to create an intriguing puzzle or game.

Everyone who enters the contest will receive an official Extreme Redesign T-shirt, courtesy of Dimension 3D Printers. If the free t-shirt is not enough alone to make it worth your while, take a look at last years winners to see you may be in with a good chance.

The instructor of the first place winning entry from each category will also get a little love in the shape of a laptop computer, courtesy of Dimension 3D Printers.

Of course keep an eye on the Shapeways contest page for more 3D printing contests too..

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