Student Inventors and Entrepreneurs – the Extreme Redesign Challenge is On!
The Extreme Redesign Challenge provides an opportunity for students to use technical and innovative skills to design an object, redesign an existing product to improve it, or find a new way to complete a task or solve a problem. And it’s open for submissions now!
This is a fantastic opportunity to learn how 3D printing product prototypes can turn brainstorms into fly-off-the-shelf sensations.
This year, you can find all the details and submit your entry at https://grabcad.com/challenges. You or your teacher will need a GrabCAD account to enter, so students under 18 years of age need to ask a parent, guardian or instructor to create an account profile and submit entries on their behalf. Send us your best design as a .STL file, and tell us why the world needs your design to make it better. Entries for the 2017 Extreme Redesign Challenge may be submitted through March 9, 2017. Review the complete contest rules, and enter your design in one of these three categories:
See contest details and submit your entry – https://grabcad.com/challenges
Stratasys is the trusted leader in innovative 3D printing and manufacturing solutions that empower individuals and organizations to transform the way they imagine, design and make things.
Tech-Labs finished in the "Top 30 Stratasys Reseller in the World", and have been recognized by Stratasys as a Platinum Reseller!!! This is extremely difficult to achieve and we are proud to be the only Educational Reseller to receive this honor in our territory.
Stratasys, is a leading provider of high quality, cost effective Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) & inkjet-based 3D printing systems and materials. A global company, Stratasys has offices in North America, Europe, Japan, China, Hong Kong, and India.
Stratasys FDM & PolyJet’s solutions can be typically found in industries ranging from to aerospace to medical, architecture, industrial machinery, footwear, sporting goods, toys. Stratasys’s 3D printing systems and 3D printing materials are ideal to allow students to design physical models using 3D software or other 3D content. Also, Stratasys 3D printers can be found in many K-20 educational institutions and research centers worldwide.
Visit Stratasys' Website to learn more!
Tech-Labs 3D Design Lab
Our 3D Design Lab contains both a Fortus 400mc from Stratasys' Production Line and a Eden Objet 260 from Stratasys' Design Line of 3D printers. To learn how 3D printing empowers schools, universities and laboratories, schedule a visit to our 3D Design Lab or request a sample part today!
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