3D Hubs has launched a call for submissions for its 2017 Student Grant, which will award the best 3D printed projects in product design, engineering and architecture.
Student inventors, problem solvers and disruptors can participate with their creative ideas that push the boundaries of 3D printing.
The awardee for each category will receive $500, an honorable mention from Brian Garret (3D Hubs co-founder) on LinkedIn and a professional photoshoot of their project.
The Grant is offered to students that can showcase the Best Use of 3D Printing in the following academic fields.
- Product design and
Throughout the months of April, May and June, 3D Hubs will be showcasing the best submissions on Instagram. Winners will be announced on 15th July 2017.
3D Hubs — founded in 2013 in Amsterdam — is the fastest 3D print solution for product designers and engineers that do prototyping and short production runs.