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04-05-2017, 01:57 PM #1
Win a Free Makerbot Replicator+ 3D Printer!
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Access 3D Services is hosting an Increasing Independence for People with Disabilities 3D Design Contest from April 1, 2017 to May 31, 2017. All designs must be the original idea of the contest entrant and must be for a physical item that that will benefit persons with disabilities by improving quality of life, addressing disability-related barriers, or otherwise increasing independence and autonomy, and must be capable of production on an FDM 3D Printer.
One Grand Prize Winner and one Runner-Up will be chosen, and will be announced approximately sixty (60) days after the end of the contest. The Grand Prize Winner will receive a Makerbot Replicator+ 3D Printer and accessories and $200 in eSun 3D Filament 1.75mm PLA+, and the Runner-Up will receive an Airwolf3D 3mm Filament Gift Set and a 7Tech 3D Pen!
For Official Entry Form and full contest rules or for other information about the Increasing Independence for People With Disabilities 3D Design Contest please visit www.access3dservices.com!
Thank you to our Contest sponsors: Subway, Airwolf3D, eSun 3D Filament, LAI International, Sikorsky Aircraft, Aquarion and UConn.
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW. Entrants must be (i) at least 18 and age of majority in jurisdiction of residence and (ii) a legal resident of 50 US/DC or a foreign national in US on valid student, travel or work visa. Employees/immediate family members of Sponsor or other entities involved in Contest not eligible. Eligibility subject to verification.
04-19-2017, 11:17 AM #2
Hello everyone, just a quick update regarding the Increasing Independence for People with Disabilities 3D Design Contest sponsored by Access 3D Services:
Our Board of Directors has decided to extend the contest submission deadline by one month, making June 30, 2017 the final day of the contest. We will be updating all of our marketing materials accordingly, but I wanted to be sure anyone already working on a design knows they have an additional month to work on it.
Joe Eckert, Operations Director, Access 3D Services