It is the year 2013 - Santa Claus and his elves are still the leaders of Christmas gift-giving market. They say that they “make gifts in the North Pole”. Therefore, most of the world companies probably have factories there. It is time to change the balance in the gift making market and put Santa into the 2nd place.
The only way to do it is to use the alternative manufacturing - 3D printing. The future is near, dear designers. You better turn on your 3D modeling software. You are essential part of 3D printing revolution and it is a substantial platform for you. Together we can make history.
Design a 3D printable model of a gift or decoration for Christmas e.g. christmas tree 3d model and take those prizes home. Be creative - we must overcome the army of the North Pole. Christmas is coming soon - be prepared.
Below are the models participating in this challenge. Browse through them or submit yours!
There are no entries in this challenge just yet.
There are two categories of awards in this challenge. Each of them will have one winner and two runner-ups.
The award will be given for the best printable Christmas related models uploaded during the challenge period.
The award will be given for the best printable Christmas related model uploaded during the challenge period.
In order to qualify for the prize winnings, you must agree to terms & conditions.
Submission deadline: December 31, 2013, 23:59:00 PST
The judging of the challenge will be performed by CGTrader staff. Winners will be chosen following the requirements below
The judging of the challenge will be performed by CGTrader staff. Winners will be chosen following the requirements below:
Please go through these questions before contacting us
Simply upload 3D printable model, check the box Christmas 3D Printing Challenge while uploading and you are IN!
There are no restrictions on that. More models - more chances to be on the winner designers list!
A 3D printer needs files in the industry standard file format STL, or WRL for multiple color prints. Most 3D design software can export to STL. 3D printable models have additional requirements in their design - models must be watertight, which means that the model has only closed solids, and no open surfaces.
Yes, absolutely. Sharing artwork is always appreciated in the community.
Yes. There are no restrictions on publishing and selling your models elsewhere.
No. But do not forget that the prices are always judged by the customers.
No. We are tracking every deleted and uploaded model, so it is useless to drive-through our requirements of the challenge.
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