Two months ago, Sinterit and My Mini Factory announced a 3D print design competition for those who are passionate about this technology.
Through this challenge, both organizers wanted to encourage and give access 3D printing SLS technology.
Contestants should design a part related to mechanical, math art and jewellery industries using Sinterit Lisa. 415 submissions from six continents, three categories to choose from and 4 awarded designers.
Barrel Padlock is the winner of a Sinterit Lisa SLS 3D printer
According to the organizers, his work is functional and fully working mechanism. It integrates a lot of inner elements and did not require any assembly.
I wholeheartedly congratulate Bartus for winning Lisa and wish him a lot of fun designing and printing breathtaking models – says Paweł Szczurek, Sinterit Co-founder and CEO. With the record number of participants, watching all of this great designs being printed using Sinterit Lisa 3D printer was a great pleasure. We know that with SLS technology designers can really empower their creation, not possible with other technologies. Despite the complexity, the models printed are durable and precise – adds Paweł Szczurek.
Additional distinctions were given to the authors of three outstanding projects: Jeremy Webb for his Functional Windup Clock, Morgan for a Black Widow Gauntlet and Bertan Atamer for the Printable Flexible Wallet.
They will get their models and “we would like to award them with special case studies which will tell more about their projects, the way of designing and the background behind them”, said Sinterit.
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