Welcome to the 3D Design competition
All you have to do is design a 3D Printed object, The object you design must at least fit one the themes :
I know this might not be massively relevant to this group but I hope some people might want to take part :).
Designs will be judged on : (Originality, Printability, the element of surprise)
The finalists will be released before the announcement of the winners to give the Community an opportunity to share their favourites in the comments, discuss concerns, and allow time for any testing or analysis. Feedback will be taken into consideration when picking the winners.
The Design must be uploaded to this THINGIVERSE group : https://www.thingiverse.com/groups/thedesignchallenge
More Info,Rules & FAQ here : https://tinylink.net/a4a6l
Final submission : 20th of May.
Finalist Reveal : 25th of May.
Winners Reveal : 30th of May.
Amazon vouchers :
1st Place : $50
2nd Place : $20
3rd Place : $20
Some years ago I created a website in which you can easily generate and download two variations of the soma cube. The key point it's that the puzzles are generated randomly so each time you download and print a puzzle you will get a new one. Now I was thinking about making a redesign of the website but there are no one using it so... I'm not sure that it worth it. I just want to share te page a little and receive feedback. I think that it's an interesting page, the puzzles are challenging but not impossible and it's totally free.
I have 2 variations Infernal Box (https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:174982 this is the easy one) and Paranoia Cube ( https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:333266 bit harder ), and you can generate your own in http://3dprintablepuzzles.com. It's possible generate bigger and more difficult puzzles but it takes a while computing so, by the moment, there are just so 2 puzzles.
The website it's https://3dprintablepuzzles.com. What do you think? Would be worthy put some effort on the page? Do you like the idea?