Grabcad and Figulo are awarding a large number of designers with cash prizes of $50 and $100 for a contest of designing home decor ceramic pieces using ceramic 3D printing technology. The contest is held at GrabCAD and they will select multiple of winners with different designs instead of just a few.
On grabcad there are some products ideas are listed: such as kitchen back splash, ceramis lighting fixtures and shades, as well as mug, cup, bowl, lattice, sugar cup, egg cup, jar set, sushi set, sake cup, coasters, small snack bowl, cheese platter, small shot glasses, soap dish, toothbrush holder, flower vase, ceramic craft – horses, fishes etc.
There are already 7 entries are listed - the competition is open to everyone, it should be a good chance for all designers and engineers to join and win a prize.
Kaspar Kiis from GrabCAD and Andy Jeffery, founder of Figulo are in the jury. The deadline of the contest is in 21 days. If you have an awesome idea for this competition and want to win cool prizes, you can upload your entries on GrabCAD. For more information about requirements and rules please read on the GrabCAD site.
More about Figulo:
Figulo is a company producing ceramic pieces and objects using patented 3D printing technology to produce ceramic pieces for consumers, architects and artists. It has 16 years of experience in production of ceramics for industrial applications to enter the consumer, architectural and art markets.
Hat tip to Forrest.
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