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Competition Stratasys starts 10th annual 3D printing event for students

Editor: Eric Culp

The schools of the winners receive prizes, too.

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Josh Ryan, from the US state of Michigan, won last year for his magnesium fire starter.
Josh Ryan, from the US state of Michigan, won last year for his magnesium fire starter.
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Stratasys has announced the beginning of its 2014 Extreme Redesign 3D Printing Challenge.

In its 10th year, the contest invites students worldwide to submit inventive new product designs, redesigns of existing products, or original or redesigned works of art or architecture on 3D CAD software. Students at the middle school, high school and college level may participate.

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Winners can earn scholarships of up to $2,500 (€1,850), and instructors of first-place students in each category receive a limited-time demo 3D printer for their classrooms.

Stratasys Executive Vice-President Jon Cobb said the challenge gives “a glimpse of the exciting possibilities coming from this future generation of inventors, designers and entrepreneurs.”

For more details on the competition, see here.

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