3D Pioneers Challenge finalists announced

May 17, 2021

All 3D Pioneers Challenge finalists will be showcased online via 3DPC outlets (Courtesy 3D Pioneers Challenge)

The 3D Pioneers Challenge, an international design challenge for Additive Manufacturing and Advanced Technologies, has announced its finalists. Now in its sixth year, the focus of this year’s competition was not only on the core AM processes, but also on innovations in advanced technologies.

The group of participants included industry pioneers, young professionals, industry startups and students, coming from some thirty-two countries and spanning five continents.

The 2021 finalists seem to indicate a paradigm shift, explain the organisers: projects and products are being rethought through digital processes and technologies, with sustainability playing a major role in the new normal, both ecologically and economically. Socially-innovative concepts are taking steps into a progressive era of change.

The 3DPC-Digital Award Ceremony is scheduled to take place on June 22, 2021, and will be realised in cooperation with Jangled Nerves, Stuttgart, Germany, whose interdisciplinary team specialises in communication in space and the connection between the physical and digital worlds.

From now until the awards ceremony on June 22, the forty-three finalists can be viewed on the 3D Pioneers Challenge website and through its social media. Further information, including prize details, is available via the competition’s website.

www.3dpc.io/en

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