It’s that time of year again – time to think about entering Mastercam’s Wildest Parts competition. This year, Mastercam is offering two different competitions open to any current student, team of students, or instructor programming with Mastercam to participate in.
Students worldwide can enter their “wildest” part made in school this year to Mastercam’s Wildest Parts Competition and get a chance to win $1000 and other prizes. The Wildest Parts Competition is an annual contest, sponsored by CNC Software, Inc. — developers of Mastercam® —where students can submit any part they cut during the school year.
Last year, the winning students were Grayson Weber from Capital High School in Helena, Montana who made a survival multitool and Christian Ziruk from Washington State University in Pullman, Washington who made a deep sea AUV camera enclosure.
“We look for high quality, original parts that haven’t been made before, or parts that are familiar yet feature a unique, new design. We like eye-catching designs that would look nice on a display, because we do show them off at educational trade shows,” says Michelle Nemeth, Marketing Specialist at CNC Software. “We’re always impressive by how innovative students can be with Mastercam, and we encourage students to really think beyond the norm. They may create something specifically to enter into the competition — or have already made something in school that would qualify.”
The deadline for entries is June 30, 2018. Rules and entry form can be found at https://www.mastercam.com/en-us/Competitions/WildestParts.
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