2015 Singapore International 3D Printing Competitions Winners

2015 Singapore International 3D
Printing Competitions
Functional Logo for SC3DP
TOP PRIZE WINNER
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Printout the 3D World
By Lee Wen Yiang, Singapore
SLA is used to create durable
and oddly shaped objects.
Architecture and landscape
concepts have been applied
to the design. From top view, it
shows the map of Singapore.
Different
elements
were
chosen to represent the 4 key
areas of SC3DP.
Technique: Stereolithography
(Accura 60 Plastic)
TOP PRIZE WINNER
TERTIARY
CATEGORY
Global 3D Centre
By Gong Han, Republic Polytechnic
The
ball
shaped
object
represents the world. Inside the
globe, the Singapore map can
be seen. The Singapore Centre
for 3D Printing will hence help
to spread the technique of 3DP
all around the world, “Printing
the World and beyond”.
Technique: Polyjet (Transparent
720)
SCHOOL CATEGORY
TOP PRIZE WINNER
The key to the future
By Jia Shengzhi (Team), River Valley
High School
The key is a marvelous symbol.
Key represents a solution to a
problem, a way of breaking the
convention
and
inspiring
pathway leading to a bright,
successful future. SC3DP is a
significant key of the future.
Technique: FDM (ASA)
2015 Singapore International 3D
Printing Competitions
Vintage Toys
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CATEGORY
TOP PRIZE WINNER
Xcube
By Tan Jiayong (Team), Singapore
The Xcube is a variant of the
traditional 3x3x3 rubik’s cube.
While
retaining
its
3D
mechanical, puzzle solving
characteristics, the Xcube gets
a makeover in the form of a
pseudo X-shape 3D cube. It
has a total of 18 faces, with 6
faces assigned to each colour.
Technique: Connex 500 3D
printer (Verowhite, Tangoblack)
TERTIARY
CATEGORY
TOP PRIZE WINNER
Pecking Birds
By Angel Loh Jia Yi (Team), Republic
Polytechnic
The toy design originates from
“Russian
Pecking
Chickens”.
Traditionally, it is made out of
wood with the wooden weight
attached to each of the chicken
by strings. User swirls the toy and
as the string gets tensioned by
weight, the respective chicken
will peck on the ground by way
of cantilever design within the
chickens’ body.
Technique: Polyjet (Verowhite)
SCHOOL CATEGORY
TOP PRIZE WINNER
Ring Puzzle
By Zheng Liying, Hwa Chong Junior
College
Inspired by the Chinese vintage
toy the nine linked rings, the
objective is to remove all rings
from the loop. To solve this ring
puzzle, only 21 moves are
required. With only five rings, it is
easier but still challenging for
players to figure out how to
solve the ring puzzle.
Technique: FDM (ABS )
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