We are happy to present the 3DPC Winners 2018 here.
The exhibition at the tradeshow Rapid.Tech + FabCon 3.D (5.-7. June 2018), Messe Erfurt was again attracting public as well as press with its more than 60qm booth.
The Winners were selected in a multi-stage jury process out of numerous highclass submissions from over 17 countries. The final decision was made at Messe Erfurt the 6th of June 2018.
The award ceremony took place at the networking evening of the Rapid.Tech + FabCon 3.D. The winners were awarded with prizes of 20.000 Euro in total. The prize money of 15.000 Euro kindly supported by the Ministry of Economics, Science and Digital Society of Thuringia was handed over by Minister Wolfgang Tiefensee. Further prizes by our partners MakerBot, Autodesk-NetFabb, 3dhubs and designreport were handed to the lucky "Special Mention".
A big thank you to the overwhelming support of the Messe Erfurt and all partners of the 3D Pioneers Challenge 2018.
Please find below the Winners, Special Mention and all Finalists who were presented at the Rapid.Tech + FabCon 3.D.
Please find here the regulations Formalities 2018 for download.
For the download of press releases and pictures please scroll down to "press".
After the Exhibition at the Rapid.Tech + FabCon 3.D in June 2018 the exhibits will go on international Roadshow, being presented at several events throughout the following year.
The 3d print or better the additive manufacturing is a technology of the future, that will change our economy, science and every day life essentially. Commonly one speaks about the Industry 4.0, to which AM belongs. Christoph Völcker will present there winners and finalists of the 3D Pioneers Challenge 2018.
Our 3DPC Partner Botspot presents projects of 3D Pioneers Challenge 2018 at an european industrial event in Hangzhou near Shanghai, China.
Here you may find the press information of the 3D Pioneers Challenge 2018:
Photos: Christian Seeling or Tobias Traunecker
Source: Messe Erfurt GmbH
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