Oct. 26, 2012
"Suppose you had a 3D printer at home. Design the first consumer product you would like to 3D print and use." This is the design brief of 3D Printing Event Challenge 2nd edition.
There were totally 336 entry to this competition and participants are from all over the world. The result was announced during the 3D Printing Event 2012 this week.
Inhaler for Children with Asthma by Luis Daniel Ibarra has won the first prize and he was awarded a LeapFrog Creatr 3D Printer.
The rest of prizes go to:
Second Prize – Lucia by Andres Cacho
Third Prize – Bike Hook by Bob Spikman
Fourth Prize - Coffee Paper Cup Frame by Romano Gaspari
Fifth Prize – iHelp u Bookend by Daniel Muñoz
Sixth Prize - Puzzle Chess by Diego
(Image credit: Grabcad)
Congrats to all prize winners!
Thanks Lauri Poldre for the tip.
Posted in 3D Printing Events
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