A SOLIDWORKS Holiday Ornament Design Challenge is On

A SOLIDWORKS Holiday Ornament Design Challenge is On

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Hawk Ridge Systems engineers were put to a challenge – who could design the most interesting Holiday Ornament in SOLIDWORKS 2018. Check out the following ornaments and let us know your favorite.

The parameters: The design must fit within a 2 inch cube, hold together as a single structure, not require any assembly, and be designed in SOLIDWORKS 2018.

Also, if you haven’t heard, we recently partnered with HP and are now a reseller to their HP Jet Fusion 3D printer line.  With the submitted models, we 3D printed these on our HP Jet Fusion 4200 – follow us on Instagram to see images of these prints throughout the month of December. Check out this video to learn more about our printing process.

We are inviting you to vote for your favorites. For every comment saying “Hawks” that you submit on a print image of one of these ornaments, (on our Instagram),  you will be entered into the opportunity to receive one ornament of your choice (see printable options below). We will private message you on Instagram to get the item shipped to you. The contest will end on December 15th at noon PST. 5 Winners will be announced on Monday, December 18th, 2017.

The Rules:

  1. You have to be following us on Instagram.
  2. You have to have your comment on the photo by December 15th at 8 AM PST.
  3. Your mailing address has to be in the United States or Canada.
  4. Your comment should state “Hawks” and you need to ‘like’ the image.

How do you win?

At random, 5 of the followers who enter will be selected with a random selection generator and you’ll be contacted with a message on Instagram from Hawk Ridge Systems.

The Reward –

  1. You will receive a complimentary ornament print of your choice from the ornaments that have  ‘printable’ next to the image below. This is also indicated on the Instagram post.

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David Brown – Training Engineer based in Nashville, TN. (Printable)

David Brown – Training Engineer based in Nashville, TN – second submission. (Printable)

Ryan Navarro – Senior Applications Engineer based in our Redmond, Washington office. (Printable)

Ryan Navarro – Senior Applications Engineer based in our Redmond, Washington office – second submission. (Printable)

Nikki Stakic – Applications Engineer based in our Calgary, Alberta office.

Nikki Stakic – Applications Engineer based in our Calgary, Alberta office – second submission.

Stephanie Rodas is a Technical Support Engineer in our Mountain View, California office. (Printable)

Terence Woo – Applications Engineer based in our Richmond, British Columbia office. (Printable)

Terence Woo – Applications Engineer based in our Richmond, British Columbia office – second submission.

Vince Farrell – Applications Engineer in our Mountains View, California office.

Scott Woods – Technical Communications Product Manager in our Redmond, Washington office.

Dayne McGuire-Lavallee – Applications Engineer in our Edmonton, Alberta office.

Dayne McGuire-Lavallee – Applications Engineer in our Edmonton, Alberta office – second submission.

Dayne McGuire-Lavallee – Applications Engineer in our Edmonton, Alberta office – third submission.

Esther Park – Technical Support Engineer in our Mountain View, California office.

Esther Park – Technical Support Engineer in our Mountain View, California office – second submission.

Mike Miura – Technical Support Engineer in our Mountain View, California office.

For more information, request a SOLIDWORKS 2018 quote or contact us at Hawk Ridge Systems today. Thanks for reading!

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