Novabean, PinShape Announces 3D Printing Contest for Indian Students
April 21, 2015: Novabeans, a pioneer in 3D Printing technologies in education in India, along with Pinshape, an international community marketplace for 3d printing has announce the 1st 3d printing contest exclusively for the students in India .
This 3d printing contest in India for students will run from 1st April to 31st July 2015, the participants need to submit low poly designs to be eligible for the amazing prizes at offer.
- Characters, Celebrities, Great People In History
- Cars, Space Ships
- Art & Sculptures
- Functional Items (Planters, Phone Cases, Key Hiders, etc.)
- Model’s Max Size: 100x100x100mm
- Minimum Support Wall Thickness: 1mm
- Minimum Unsupported Wall Thickness: 1mm
- Minimum Spacing between moving parts: 0.6mm
- Minimum Wire: 0.9mm
- Minimum Embossing: 0.5mm
- Minimum Engraving: 0.5mm
- For Hollow Models: Escape Hole should be minimum 2mm in diameter if more than one escape holes; and 4mm in diameter if one escape hole.
- Contestant must be a student between the ages of 14 and 30 years old living in India.
- Students should have a valid student ID card (grade school, college or university accepted).
- Contestants can upload as many design entries as they want.
- Competition is not valid for children of employees of Novabeans or its associates.
- Contestants must make the models themselves. Contestants might have to give a demonstration of their skill, if so required.
- Contestants must ensure that the design is not copied or taken from any other contest or website.
- Entries cannot have been previously submitted to Pinshape
- Entries must comply with Pinshape’s content policy
- Entrants must be registered with Pinshape to enter
- There is no fee to enter the contest
- Make sure to check your email on July 14! Contest finalists will receive an email asking for further information to verify that they are a student living in India.
*Only students living in India are eligible.
Vote for the Entries https://pinshape.com/contests/india-low-poly-design-contest