Voting is open for the 2015 Pinshape Awards, spotlighting the best 3D printing designs of the year. Enter for a chance to win a $100 Amazon Gift Card.
3D printing community and marketplace Pinshape have announced the Pinshape Awards 2015, where the public is invited to vote for their favorite models in several categories. In a blog post explaining the event, they said:
We’re blown away by some of the amazing designs and prints that our community contributed to Pinshape this year. That’s why we want to end 2015 by bringing the community together and giving credit to those whose designs and contributions really stood out during the last 12 months! To do that though, we need your help to determine the winners. Vote now and you’ll be entered to win $100 Amazon Gift Card!
The awards are split across 10 categories, including “Top Simple Design”, “Top Useful Design”, “Top CAD Software”, “Best Slicer Program” and “Top Maker”.
Pinshape Awards 2015: Who’s YOUR Favorite?
In the interests of full disclosure, we should also mention a VERY IMPORTANT category named “Top 3D News Site”.
It just so happens that, among 5 distinguished nominees, ALL3DP is one of the contenders for what is — we feel — perhaps the single most important category in the entire history of additive manufacturing, if not human civilization.
All joking aside, we’re honored to have been placed in this special category. ALL3DP has come a long way in a very short time, working hard to produce compelling content for anyone with an interest in 3D printing. Regardless of the final result, we’re pleased and excited to have been recognized.
But hey, if you feel moved to vote for us in the Pinshape Awards 2015, then your good friends at ALL3DP will be eternally grateful…
And don’t forget, every person who casts their vote in the Pinshape Awards has a chance to win an Amazon Gift Card worth $100. That should keep you stocked up on filament for a good couple of months.
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