Are you a 3D printing enthusiast or aspiring to be so? Then this is for you! We’re excited to announce a fun partnership with Ultimaker at this year’s 3D Basecamp. The Ultimaker crew is bringing a handful of printers to the Knowledge Cafe for some on-site 3D printing action throughout the entire week!
We’d love to print your projects for our 3D Basecamp model garden. Anything printed at the event will go on display in the Knowledge Cafe for Basecampers to ooh and ahh over throughout the week, and might even end up featured on SketchUp’s social channels. If we post a picture of your printed model, let us know & we’ll send you some SketchUp swag!
Bonus: if you’re attending Basecamp, you can take your print home at the end of the week.
In general, the model needs to fit into a 4” x 4” x 6” box. Anything larger will not be printed. Feel free to submit anything you’ve already modeled or something new. The models must be manifold (a single solid). We highly recommend running Solid Inspector 2 to make sure they’re print-ready. We also need them to be display-ready right off the printer; i.e. prints should be designed with minimal support required. The best part: you can use anything you want for this print! Something you have made before or a derivative work from a 3D Warehouse model is all accepted.
Just add it to 3D Warehouse with the hashtag #3DBCmodelgarden and consider your model submitted for review!
Details and Rules:
- You must add your model(s) to 3D Warehouse and tag it with the hashtag “#3DBCmodelgarden” to be considered
- No entry limit
- The model(s) must be completed and uploaded to 3D Warehouse by September 18, 2018
- Models must be manifold / self-supporting