Stratasys (Rehovot, Israel; Minneapolis, Minn.) has announced the finalists for its 10th annual Extreme Redesign 3D Printing Challenge. The global contest challenges students to redesign an existing product or create a new one to improve how a task is accomplished. Entries are evaluated according to creativity, mechanical soundness and achievability. The contest is open to middle school, high school and college students.
A panel of four industry expert judges has selected the top 10 finalists in each category: middle school engineering, high school engineering, college engineering and art/architecture. Each of these finalists will receive a 3D printed model of their design and a $50 gift card. Click here to view a list of the finalists.
During the final round of judging, the panel will select the first, second and third place winners in each category. First place winners will each receive a $2,500 scholarship and their instructors will receive limited-time use of a demo 3D printer for the classroom. Second and third place winners will each receive a $1,000 scholarship.
Visit stratasys.com/industries/education/extreme-redesign for more information.