Supersonic 3D Printing
Design Challenge

Can you dream up an object, part or artwork perfectly suited to being printed in metal? Then show off your design skills and build your portfolio by taking part in SPEE3D’s global Supersonic 3D Printing Design Challenge!

SPEE3D is the world’s first metal 3D printer leveraging supersonic 3D deposition (SP3D) technology. This process delivers manufacturing grade printing at production speeds, opening up a world of opportunity for industry, research and design.

We are challenging the 3D printing and design communities worldwide to present the best application designs using our LightSPEE3D and large format WarpSPEE3D printers.

To enter register below then submit a CAD file or engineering drawing and a short description of your intended application.

Entries are divided into two sectors, General Industry (OEMs, service providers, contract manufacturers, and consultants) and Universities/R&D (not-for-profit institutions of higher learning)

Challenge Entries Open: May 20 – July 31*, 2019

*Please note we have extended the entries open dates

Prizes

The top three entrants in each class will receive:

  • Free 3D metal print of entrant’s winning design
  • SPEE3D training and SP3D design certificate
  • Six months FREE access to SPEE3D’s printing simulator software

The top entrant in each class will also WIN a GPD Pocket 2 Amber Black Micro PC.

Registration

If you can’t find your registration email check your SPAM folder or email us at challenge@spee3d.com

About SPEE3D
SPEE3D is focused on making manufacturing easier. SPEE3D provides manufacturers with the world’s first metal 3D printer to use supersonic 3D deposition (SP3D), a patented technology that enables significantly faster, cost-effective and more scalable production than traditional metal printing techniques allow. Headquartered in Melbourne, SPEE3D is committed to helping manufacturers print their parts, their way, when they need them.