11/6/2018

Additive Industries Launches Design Challenge

Additive Industries has launched its fifth edition of the Additive World Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge.

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During the Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven, Additive Industries launched its fifth edition of the Additive World Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge. Competing in two categories, both professionals and students were encouraged to redesign an existing conventional part of a machine or product for 3D printing.  

A professional jury evaluated the designs submitted and assessed whether they contained the distinctive features and freedom additive manufacturing has to offer. The partners of the Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge are Ultimaker, Altair EngineeringAutodesk and CECIMO, who are also a part of the jury. The finalists were awarded prizes like software licenses and the winners received the latest Ultimaker printer. All six finalists will be invited to the Additive World Conference on March 20, 2019, in Eindhoven, where the winners of the challenge will be announced during the Additive World Awards Dinner.

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