Raspberry Pi, Autodesk 123D and i.materialise challenge you to make an extra-ordinary Raspberry Pi case!
by Tatiana | July 11, 2013
Do you remember the Bioscope? It’s one of the many examples where people 3D printed a case for their Raspberry Pi . Now the Raspberry Pi foundation, Autodesk 123D and i.materialise challenge you to do the same.
For this challenge we’d like you to make an original, fun case design for a Raspberry Pi in polyamide.
We will select 1 winning design. The winner will get the print of their design, an Autodesk Premium Membership, a Raspberry Pi and a goodiebag.
Note that the jury selects upon the 3D renders you put online, so make sure to make a very clear, visible render.
WHO CAN ENTER
This challenge is open to all designers, professional and amateur, regardless of sex, age or nationality.
Submissions will be accepted up to 23:59 Central European Time, September 1st, 2013.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE
There is no limit on the number of entries per contestant. To enter, you need to upload your design(s) here and provide a clear explanation (under ‘description’) in at least 50 words. You can make your design in a browser based design platforms like Tinkercad and Autodesk 123D or any other 3D design software you use.
The i.materialise team together with Autodesk 123D and Raspberry Pi.
MATERIAL & BOUNDING BOX
Participants need to upload their file here. You can find more information about the file formats in our FAQs under ‘website’. The material for this challenge is polyamide.
There are limits on the size of the design: Bounding box polyamide: 15 x 10 x 10 cm
You can find more information on Raspberry Pi and an .stl file in this article.
- i.materialise’s general terms & conditions apply to this challenge, for more information visit: http://i.materialise.com/legal/terms#challenge
- All entries must be unique and never 3D printed before.
- i.materialise reserves the right to amend these rules at any time. Any amendment to competition rules will be posted on the i.materialise website.
- Prizes must be accepted as awarded. No cash alternatives or substitutes will be allowed. The decision of the jury will be final.