Lands' End School Uniforms Launches Student 3D Printing Contest

11/7/2014
From art sculptures and architectural renderings to medical models and musical instruments, 3D printers make concepts a reality and are becoming an important part of innovation and creativity within our schools.  That's why Lands' End School Uniforms is hosting its Make-It! 3D Printer Contest, Dream. Share. Win. Lands' End is now accepting video submissions for the contest online through Dec. 8, 2014.

"At Lands' End School Uniforms we understand the importance of fostering creativity. Our School Uniforms Team is focused on continuous improvement and innovation within our school apparel line. What better way to foster that same level of innovation than allowing kids to dream through a contest like this," said Joe Ferreri, senior vice president of Lands' End School Uniforms. "We hope this contest sparks new ideas and fuels ingenuity and creativity within students. Maybe we'll even find the next generation of Lands' End apparel designers." 

Students ages 13 and older are asked to log in to the contest registration page and submit a 60-second video that answers the question "If you could make anything you wanted with a 3D printer, what would you make and why?" through their personal YouTube Channel.

The video submissions will be judged based on creativity, whether the intended "idea or concept" is useful or purposeful, strength of message and humor. Grand prize is an Afinia H-Series 3D printer awarded to the winning entrant's school, and the student receives a $200 Lands' End gift card and a tote packed with great gifts from Lands' End. Second prize is a $400 donation awarded to the entrant's school and the student receives a $100 Lands' End Gift Card and a gift-filled tote. Third prize is a$200 donation awarded to the entrant's school and the student receives a $100 Lands' End Gift Card and a gift-filled tote. Winners will be notified on Dec. 15.
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