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3D Systems Kicks Off the Cubify Challenge at Siggraph

Wednesday, August 08, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

3D Systems Corporation announced today the Cubify Challenge design contest. The Cubify Challenge begins today and runs through September 14, 2012 and is open to Cubify registrants of all ages worldwide. Participants are invited to upload their best creation for review by a panel of 3D judges that will select the best of the best. The prize-winner will take home their very own Cube 3D printer.

The Cubify Challenge invites participants to showcase their signature design or art piece, the work that truly represents their skills and style as an artist or designer. The most creative design will be printed in 3D and recognized on cubify.com, and its creator will get a Cube 3D printer and a copy of Cubify Invent, 3D design software optimized for 3D printing. Three runner-ups will also receive a copy of Cubify Invent and will be highlighted on cubify.com.

Submissions will be judged by two world renowned designers: Janne Kyttanen, whose work has been featured in the Museum of Modern Art, and Scott Summit, whose work has won numerous international design awards such as IDSA, IDEA, and Core77.

"We are very excited to kick off the Cubify Challenge at Siggraph," said Cathy Lewis, Vice President of Global Marketing for 3D Systems. "Whether you're a designer, animator, artist, or a student just starting out, you are competing for recognition, work, clients, positions and bragging rights. Through participation in the Cubify Challenge, we can help you win the recognition and exposure you deserve."

Be the first to register and start submitting your designs at cubify.com/challenge today!


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