At the beginging of May, we told you all about the 3DTin design challenge that was launched on i.materialise.com. This design challenge would see the top 3 designs of the challenge being printed in 3D and ran from the begining of May until the end of that month. Then followed by a voting process and after some debating and careful selection they chose their top winning three.
All designs were 3D printed in multicolor and made in 3DTin. If you are interested in 3D printing challenges, they currently still have the Metal Accessories Challenge at i.materialise that runs until the end of July. You can make use of 3DTin's easy-to-use software package to participate in this challenge. All you have to do to take part is export your file as an STL and submit it to the challenge page. You can also use 3DTin to create designs that you can 3D print and showcase or even sell in their gallery on their homepage.
For more information on the challenges or just to see the top three designs, you can visit http://i.materialise.com