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How does Gigaprize work?
For every 100 bots sold
We give one away
To someone helping the community
And the 2023 winner is…
Brookwood in Georgetown
After a lot of deliberation, Brookwood In Georgetown was selected as 2023 Gigaprize winner! Their vision of empowering adults with special needs through the Gigabot 4 3D printer to create unique 3D art has earned them this recognition. Congratulations!
Previous Gigaprize Winners
OGRE Skin Designs
Texas | USA
Utilize 3D printing technology as a design and development tool to prototype body armor for first responders.
Portland | USA
Share a vision to use Gigabot to provide even more awesome costumes for kids in wheelchairs
Aba Abia | Nigeria
Working with manufacturers, educators and the community to make Nigeria self sufficient, while supporting new job creation and STEAM
Good Works Studio
Houston | USA
Proposed making using Gigabot to 3D products to improve the quality of life for refugees as part of their mission to help those in need around the world through design
Bogota | Columbia
Working to build my electric prosthetic arms for child amputees in Colombia
Kibera | Kenya
Proposed region-specific 3D printing educational curriculum & opportunities to serve community needs such as repairing medical equipment and piping to distribute clean water
2023 Gigaprize Judges
Kameco de los Santos
Scott Austin Key
Dr. Andrea Santos
re:3D will cover all duties and taxes!
Once the winner is announced, re:3D will confirm voltage requirements and begin building the printer for shipment in October 2023. If the winner prefers to purchase additional accessories and/or apply the credit for the sales price of Gigabot 4 to another printer in re:3D’s portfolio, re:3D sales and operations team will work the logistics accordingly.
Judging will take place over the first two weeks of July. To remain impartial, re:3D will bring in external judges with varying backgrounds and experiences to judge the competition. The judges will judge your entry based on 3 components: Originality and Impact, Feasibility & Drive and Dedication.
The winner will then be announced by Friday, July 21st, after judging scoring has been tabulated.
10% of the total judging score is based on the number of likes received on the submission video located on the Gigaprize playlist of re:3D’s YouTube Channel. Applicants are encouraged to share the link to their video and to submit early to maximize the opportunity to collect the most votes!
Winners will be notified via email and also announced on the re:3D website by July 21st.
Please follow Youtube’s video and audio recommendations for best playback: https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/4603579?hl=en
Winners will receive either a Gigabot 4 printer or the equivalent credit towards the purchase of another printer from re:3D, such as the Gigabot X or Terabot.
No, running just one Gigabot 4 printer utilizing PLA or PETG
The judges are hand selected peers, colleagues and friends of re:3D that exhibit a wide range of knowledge and understanding, both in the 3D printing world and in society. We selected a mix to cover multiple industries, disciplines, and geographies.
Not only will re:3D will provide tech support when setting up the printer, but our partner organization America Makes will provide America Makes Education and Workforce development portfolio assets and training to the selected organization, onboarding them into AMNation!