Purmundus 2019 winners of 3D printing design.

Purmundus 2019 winners showcase how innovative 3D printing design can enter our everyday life.

During last month’s Formnext show in Frankfurt, the seventh edition of the purmundus 3D printing design award took place. 

Based on this year’s theme of “Beyond 3D Printing”, a total of 38 finalists from 18 different countries were whittled down to three winners by an international jury of professionals and supported by 3D Printing Industry.

The top prize was taken by the 3D printed Stealth Key from Urban Alps, followed by 4D printed “Hydrophytes”, designed by Nicole Hone of Victoria University of Wellington. In third place was Dr. Paul Schüler and Andreas Krüger from CellCore GmbH for their monolithic combustion chamber of a rocket engine. These 3D printed products were deemed to showcase the most benefits in terms of use, economy, aesthetics, design, and innovation out of the 38 entries.

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