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Enter this Tinkercad competition to win a Sindoh 3DWox 3D printer and more

A 3D printing and design competition has a $1500 printer and enough flament to keep you printing into the new year. A Santa’s sack of 3D printing related prizes are also up for grabs.

Sindoh have partnered with Autodesk Tinkercad and file-sharing platform MyMiniFactory for this Christmas themed design competition.

The winner will receive a Sindoh 3DWox DP2000 and $500 of 3D printing filament. The full requirements are available on the MyMiniFactory site, but the basic requirement states “we are looking to bring Santa into the 21st century.”

Quite what this might look like is left to the reader’s imagination.

A user friendly desktop 3D printer

This Tinkercad Christmas competition is the third pairing between Autodesk and MyMiniFactory and follows an API integration between the two enterprises announced in April this year. This feature allows Tinkercad users to share their designs to MyMiniFactory, making it easier for designers to show their work to millions of users each month.

Korean based Sindoh recently released the 3DWox DP2000. The FFF 3D printer is intended to be a user friendly desktop machine and is built by a company with over 50 years manufacturing experience in the 2D world.

The 3DWox DP2000 includes features such as Wi-Fi, a built in camera for print monitoring, assisted bed levelling, a cartridge based filament management system and a built-in 5″ touch screen.

Other prizes up for grabs include a Creality CR – 10 3D printer, a Startt 3D printer and Tinkercad swag bags.

The Sindoh 3DWox DP2000 3D Printer.

Share to win

To enter the competition follow this link to the competition page, read the brief, and follow the instructions. The rules say you must design your creation within Tinkercad and share to MyMiniFactory via the “share to MyMiniFactory” button.

Designers are also asked to share uploaded designs to Twitter using hashtag #TinkerChristmas and tag @MyMiniFactory, @tinkercad, and @3dwox_sindoh.

Submissions close 15th December, so if you’re looking for a festive project to work on click here now.

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