The 2015 Challenge
Middle school, high school and college-level students worldwide: Send us your best design in the form of an STL file, and tell us why your design improves on the existing engineering solution or why it’s a great original or redesigned work of art or architecture. The winning entries will be creative, mechanically sound and realistically achievable.
Since the contest’s inception 11 years ago, Stratasys has awarded more than $100,000 in scholarships to innovative students and their instructors. See past winners.
The 2015 Extreme Redesign 3D Printing Challenge is now accepting entries. Designs must be submitted by February 11, 2015 in order to be eligible for the contest.
Want to participate? Read on to learn more:
Who Can Enter+
The Extreme Redesign 3D Printing Challenge welcomes submissions from students around the world in the following categories:
Engineering: Secondary Education
- This category is open to students in middle or high schools worldwide
- This category is open to students enrolled at a university, college or post-secondary school worldwide
Art and Architecture
- This category is open to students worldwide of any grade level
Every entrant will receive an official Extreme Redesign T-shirt.
Regional semi-finalists will receive a 3D printed model of their design.
Finalists will receive a Stratasys apparel item valued up to $50 USD.
Winners will receive scholarships, and the instructor of the first place winner in each category will receive a limited-time demo 3D printer for use in the classroom.
New this year! The 1st place student winner in the post-secondary category will win a trip to a 3D printing/additive manufacturing conference in 2015 (location to be determined).*
*See the complete contest rules for details.
Teachers! Get an Extreme Redesign Poster
Promote a 3D design program that rewards your students' creativity