Win a Lulzbot 3D printer with McGill University and MyMiniFactory

3D printable object sharing platform MyMiniFactory and student society MAMSS from Canada’s McGill University have announced a new 3D design challenge for university and college students. The first collaboration between MyMiniFactory and MAMSS the competition is sponsored by 3D printer manufacturer Aelph Objects.

How to enter

Participants must design an object that represents their university or college department or faculty.

Examples given by MyMiniFactory include, “a globe for Geography, a periodic table for Chemistry, or a robot for Engineering.”

Anything is allowed, as long as it clearly reminds viewers of the department of study.

Participants will need to specify where and what they study in the object description, in order for the entry to be validated.

MyMiniFactory has prepared a collection of 3D prints for inspiration.

Win a Lulzbot Mini 3D printer

The prize for this 3D design challenge is a Lulzbot Mini 3D printer. Made by Aelph Objects, Lulzbot 3D Printers are used by thousands of people in 85 different countries. Aleph Objects is also running an Education Pricing Program, whereby educators can access 3D printer discounts.

MyMiniFactory is the world’s leading 3D printable object-sharing platform, where creators from around the world post 3D printable designs daily and 3D printer owners can browse, and download over 40,000 3D prints for free.

Students and faculty are encouraged to share their designs on social media with hashtags #RepYourDept @MyMiniFactory @Lulzbot3D before the competition closes on Monday, April 23rd 2018.

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