OK, it’s time for Show and Tell.
Remember that kindergarten class activity when you would just show up with your pet gerbil or kitten — or bring in some family vacation photos — and talk for a few minutes to the class?
Ah, if only the academic and work worlds were so easy.
If you’ve produced an academic project, model, film or presentation involving DraftSight or another Dassault Systèmes software product (such as CATIA, SolidWorks, etc.), it’s time to enter our “Project of the Year” contest!
We’re giving away an iPad3 for the best school or home project submitted to our Facebook contest page as determined by our jury.
And we’re giving away ANOTHER iPad3 for the project that receives the most votes on Facebook, so it’s time to rally your CAD classmates and friends.
So far, the top vote getter is Ionut G’s Motorola Milestone, an exact replica of the student’s mobile phone:
And close behind is Pedram S’s “Expandable Wheel Mechanism Design for Rescue Robots,” part of his graduate research at California State University-Long Beach:
These rankings are subject to change, of course. Vote for your favorite CAD project and/or enter your own work at our 3DS Academy site.
No one software from the Dassault family is favored over another by the jury, but should you enter a DraftSight-created project, please drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love to hear from you!
(And since home projects are eligible, too, you could even get the free DraftSight download right now and start shooting for that iPad3!)