The wait is over! Stratasys has announced the winners of the 10th annual Extreme Redesign 3D Printing Challenge. The panel of judges, all industry experts, had a difficult task choosing the top three winners from among the 10 finalists in each category. Thank you to all of the instructors and students who participated this year!
The winners in each of the four categories are:
Art & Architecture
- First Place – Xiphias Concept Chassis – Wallace Penn Scott – Lehigh University
- Second Place – Parametric Facade Design of High-Rise Tower – Ka Ian Ng – City University of Hong Kong
- Third Place – 3D Printed Pintograph – Max Meaker – Western Washington University
Middle/High School Engineering
- First Place – Socket Gun Attachment – Marco Angione – Catholic Central High School
- Second Place – Swing-down Wheels – Kyle Nevling – Hinsdale Central High School
- Third Place – Downhill Mountain Bike Seat – Daniel Linkinhoker – Montville High School
- First Place – Rabidus Arachnid – Mechanical Spider – Andreas Zailo & Nathan Pacholko – Okanagan College – Kelowna
- Second Place – Up-Right – Lily Huang and Eddy Kwok – Ryerson University
- Third Place – Cane[a]ction – Kate Gonashvili & Tiffany Tse – Ryerson University
JetFlag (For a Kayak) – Franklin Ostrow – Grand Haven High School
The first place winners in the Art & Architecture, Middle/High School Engineering and College Engineering categories are each awarded a $2500 scholarship, and their sponsoring instructor receives a Stratasys 3D Printer for temporary classroom use. Second and third place winners in these categories receive $1000 scholarships. The winner of the Extreme Sports bonus category is awarded a $250 scholarship.
For a full description of the winning designs, visit the Extreme Redesign website.