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Dassault Systèmes and Sculpteo Launch the “Made In 3D” Contest: Submit your Design To Win an iPad and a 3D Print of your Model !

Dassault Systèmes and Sculpteo launch Made In 3D. Design a model that will be 3D printed and take a chance to win an iPad and a 3D print of your model !

You have until March 3rd to send your proposal.

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Warm up your modeling skills for this brand new edition of the Made In 3D Contest! This year again, Dassault Systèmes and Innovation Award winner Sculpteo team up to offer you an opportunity to win an iPad or some 3D print time.

That is, if you have any of those previously-mentionned modeling skills. Dassault Systèmes provides plenty of modeling programs we can recommend (Solidworks, Catia, 3DVIA Shape) but fret not, our plateform 3dvia.com handles a whole range of formats.

The goal is to design a new kind of product; its design (form, materials, usage) must leverage 3D printing capabilities. Product design categories are not limited to, but can include : art, lamps, furnitures, toys, art toys , jewelry, IT accessories, fashion… Any great ideas is welcome!

The contest will run from January, 11 to March, 3. Once the time’s up, a community jury will determine who the winner is, and who his 2 runner ups are. Simply put, the number of likes on each post in the community will determine who the winner is. The winner will receive an iPad, and all three will get a 3D printing of their creation, if it fits Sculpteo’s requirements.

For all details about the Made In 3D contest and how to participate, please go on www.3dvia.com/madein3d

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  • Svavar

    Is it possible to submit multiple models as one entry? My idea is a toy that is composed of a couple of small parts, combined they would fit within the 15x15x15cm envelope.

    • http://www.sculpteo.com/ Sculpteo Team

       Yes it is totally possible, simply gather all the parts in one model when you submit it, even if they are separated.