DesignSpark Mechanical customer challenge launched to prove how
engineers can save vast amounts of time and money by adopting new 3D
The challenge is set for engineers of all backgrounds and disciplines to create an innovative, original design that takes into account the principles of mobility, accessibility or green living as key features of the end product. The aim of the challenge is to urge all engineers to road test DesignSpark Mechanical, and to join the more than 50,000 visitors to DesignSpark.com who have downloaded the tool and experienced the simplicity of the software first hand. The engineer responsible for the most popular design, as voted for by the DesignSpark engineering community, will receive the top prize of £5,000 and the first ever Ormerod 3D printer created by RepRapPro. Two runners-up will each receive a prize of £2,500.
To take part in the challenge, participants need to simply download the free DesignSpark Mechanical software from www.designspark.com/mechanical, create a 3D representation of their design, and submit the final idea by uploading it to DesignShare, the collaborative project space on DesignSpark.com, where each idea will be posted and votes will be cast. All entries must be received by
Last month, followers on DesignSpark.com and social media channels witnessed some of the world’s leading engineers and inventors start the creative ball rolling at Manchester’s