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Finalists Design Challenge 2019 accelerate in industrial 3D printing

Finalists Design Challenge 2019 accelerate in industrial 3D printing

 

On February 7, 2019, Additive Industries announced the finalists of Additive World Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge 2019in two categories: professional and student designer. From a group of 121 contestants, both professionals and students, 3 finalists were selected per category. The redesigns submitted from all over the world and across different fields like automotive, aerospace, medical, tooling, and high tech, demonstrated how product designs can be improved when the freedom of additive manufacturing is applied. The 6 finalists were selected:

The designs are (from left to right, first top row then bottom):

“Hyper-performance suspension upright” from Revannth Narmatha Murugesan, Carbon Performance Limited (United Kingdom, professional category)
“Cutting dough knife” from Jaap Bulsink, K3D (The Netherlands, professional category)
“Cryogenic Cold Trap” from Kartheek Raghu, Wipro3D (India, professional category)
“Brake Caliper” from Nanyang Technological University team (Singapore, student category)
“Cubesat Propellant Tank” from Abraham Mathew, the McMaster University (Canada, student category)
“Twin Spark Connecting Rod” from Obasogie Okpamen, the Landmark University (Nigeria, student category)

To find out more about the Finalists designs, please read the press release (NL/EN) on Additive Industries Press Page and see the Design Challenge 2019 page.