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    2018 6th Singapore International 3D Printing Competitions



    The Singapore ​International 3D Printing Competitions goes into its 6th successful run in 2018! Launched by the Singapore Centre for 3D Printing (SC3DP) at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, this competition has an overarching mission to promote awareness and adoption of 3D printing technologies. The competitions are open to the general public (open category) with a top prize of $10,000, as well as tertiary and school students (student categories) with top prizes of $5000 each. ​In line with Singapore’s transition to car-lite transportation, the themes for the 2018 Competitions are 1) Make Singapore car-lite by designing personal mobility vehicles and 2) Mobility devices - a transport solution for the elderly.

    The deadline for the submission is 30 March 2018.

    Should you require any assistance or have any queries on the competitions, feel free to email 3Dcompetition@ntu.edu.sg.

    Please also help to forward this to your contacts who might be interested to participate.

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    Jul 2017
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    Looks like fun

    It says only printed physical parts are accepted, does that mean whatever we create can only have printed parts? No metal fasteners, bearings etc?

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