Extreme Redesign Winners Announced!

Extreme Redesign Winners Announced!

ERC2013    We’re proud to announce the winners in the ninth annual Extreme Redesign 3D Printing Challenge. This year’s contest included more than 600 entries in the categories of art and architecture, middle      and high school engineering and college engineering. From the outstanding group of finalists announced in March, our judges have selected the first, second and third place winners in each category. Scholarship prizes are $2,500 USD for first place winners and $1,000 for each second and third place winner. Instructors of the first place winning students will receive a tablet computer for use in the classroom.

Winners were selected by a distinguished panel of independent judges from industry and the engineering media. This year’s competition was lively, and our winners represent the inspiring creativity that students are capable of. The winners in each category are:

 

Art & Architecture Category

Rank Design Student Name School City, State, Country
1st Place Emergent Automated Manufacturing Connor Nicholas Savannah College of Art and Design Savannah, GA, USA
2nd Place Virtual Organic Glasses Hichang Ki IDAS Seoul, South Korea
3rd Place Running Charger Max Meaker Kentridge High School Kent, WA, USA

 

 Middle / High School Engineering Category

Rank Design Student Name(s) School City, State, Country
1st Place Magnesium Fire Starter Josh Ryan Grand Haven High School Grand Haven, MI, USA
2nd Place Math Over All Boundaries Ethan Koeppe, Ethan McMillan Grand Haven High School Grand Haven, MI, USA
3rd Place Easy Open Bottle Cap Zachary Sia Pittsford Mendon High School Pittsford, NY, USA

 

 College Engineering Category

Rank Design Student Name(s) School City, State, Country
1st Place Crawler 2.0 Andrew Roderick, Brian Booth Andrews University Berrien Springs, MI, USA
2nd Place Multi-Rack Sandra Wojtecki, Helena Skonieczna Ryerson University Toronto, Ontario, Canada
3rd Place Snack Cup Sivan Arbel, Julia Mozheyko Ryerson University Toronto, Ontario, Canada

This year’s contest also featured the award category, “Engineering a Difference,” in which students competed for a bonus prize. Students whose designs were aimed at solving a great societal challenge had a chance to win a $250 gift card. This year’s winning design is:

Engineering a Difference Bonus Category

Rank Design Student Name(s) School City, State, Country
Bonus Winner Math Over All Boundaries Ethan Koeppe, Ethan McMillan Grand Haven High School Grand Haven, MI, USA

 

For video, photos, and descriptions of the winning designs and designers, visit Extreme Redesign 3D Printing Challenge.

Learn more by reading the press release.

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