Community driven 3D printing platform MyMiniFactory has launched a brand new 3D design and print competition sponsored by Barclays Eagle Labs.
The ‘#enabledby3d’ competition challenges designers with creating a 3D printable item that solves an everyday problem. MyMiniFactory is encouraging designers to think creatively, and employ 3D printing technology in innovative ways that enhance or make people’s lives easier.
An Ultimaker 2 3D printer will be awarded to the winner, decided by MyMiniFactory and an independent panel of judges. A further community prize of a FlashForge Finder will be decided by the MyMiniFactory user community based on the highest number of likes received on the platform by Wednesday 12th October at 17:00 BST.
The #enabledby3d competition page, with full details on how to enter, can be found here. So go get creating!
“We are thrilled to be working with Barclays Eagle Labs on this competition. It is an amazing opportunity for our design and maker
community to show the world what they’ve got, and help solve everyday problems for everyday people in the process.”
Romain Kidd, CEO of MyMiniFactory
About Barclays Eagle Labs:
Eagle Labs are opening up across the UK, giving businesses and communities’ access to shared workspaces and maker space facilities, including 3D printers and laser cutters. Find out more here.
All competition entries must be submitted via the official competition page.
The community platform connects 3D designers, makers, users and brands: 3D designers can upload their creations, share them, promote them and earn money from tips and sales of their printed objects. Makers can print for others and earn money while users can download thousands of 3D printable objects for free, buy printed objects, or follow their favorite designers and makers. Brands can reach out to the community with contests and other unique features.
The closing date for all competition entries is Friday 23rd September 2016 at 17:00 BST. For more information about this competition, or MyMiniFactory, please contact [email protected]