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Now in its third year, the 3D Printing Industry Awards will return to London on Thursday, 9th June, 2019. Not only is it now time to cast your vote to decide this year’s winners, we are also proud to announce the launch of this year’s Trophy Design Challenge. Sponsored for the second time by digital manufacturing enterprise Protolabs, this community-led competition gives budding designers the opportunity to literally place their ideas in the hands of the biggest names in our industry.
In addition, courtesy of our trophy challenge prize sponsor Ultimaker, the winner will receive an Ultimaker 3 3D printer.
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The Printing Industry Awards Trophy Design Challenge is hosted by MyMiniFactory.
Josef Prusa, founder and CEO of Prusa Research at the 2018 3D Printing Industry Awards.
Why should I enter?
We launched the 3D Printing Industry Awards as a way of celebrating landmark innovations in additive manufacturing and 3D printing. The companies are selected by the most informed people in the industry, our readers.
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Last year, esteemed guests to the 3D Printing Industry Awards included Josef Prusa, Materialise Founder and CEO Fried Vancraen, and Dr. Adrian Bowyer, who presented the award for Personal 3D printer of the year (FFF). Now, again, we are giving our readers the opportunity to feature front-and-center in this prize-giving evening.
If that wasn’t enough to spark your interest, we’re also giving away one Ultimaker 3 3D printer to this year’s winner. Worth over $3,000, this 3D printer is the product of almost a decade of development from award winning manufacturer Ultimaker. A dual-extrusion system, the Ultimaker 3 brings a whole new freedom to your 3D printed projects through the optional use of soluble supports. Nylon, PLA, Tough PLA, ABS, CPE, PVA, PC and PP are just a few of the materials optimized for use on this compact machine.
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