Feb.8, 2014

Following the success of the 1st Singapore International 3D Printing Competitions held in 2013, the Nanyang Additive Manufacturing Centre (NAMC) in Nanyang Technological University (NTU) now launches the 2014 Singapore International 3D Printing Competitions.

There are 2 themes in the competitions, namely jewellery and architecture.

2014 Singapore International Jewellery 3D Printing Competition

In this competition, NAMC is looking for orchid-inspired jewellery pieces that are distinctive and pleasurably wearable. Vanda Miss Joaquim, a hybrid orchid cultivar, was chosen in 1981 to be Singapore's national flower. In this competition, jewellery is defined as small decorative items such as necklaces, bracelets, bangles, rings, earrings, and head or hair accessories.

2014 Singapore International Architecture 3D Printing Competition

In this competition, NAMC seeks designs for creative and new urban architecture for underground or between high-rise buildings. The architecture can be for dwelling, leisure or business purposes.

Land has always been a precious resource in the island city-state, Singapore. Therefore innovative technological solutions are needed to increase Singapore's land capacity for longer-term development needs, providing options for the future generations.

Inspired by the high quality submissions received in 2013, the total cash prizes have now been increased to $40,000.

Both competitions only accept physical parts as submissions. The design should be submitted to NAMC by 05 May 2014.

To join the competitions check out the terms and conditions here on NAMC's site.


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