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We recently organized a Dutch design challenge with the Belgian Radio 1 Peeters & Pichal Show. The objective was to design an object that you would give away to someone close to you. In this case, the winning design was that of Dutch designer Ricardo de Koning: A Design for your Flowers as he called it, to be given as a gift to his mother. Today we’re proud to introduce the finished print of that winning design.

Once again, we would like to congratulate the winner and thank all participants for their entries. As mentioned in the past, there are always more design challenges on the horizon and that’s also true at this very moment with our “Hats off to 3D Printing Challenge”. So don’t hesitate to get creative once more and take another shot at the hall of 3D Print fame.

The rest is here: The Winning Design of the Peeters & Pichal Challenge has been 3D Printed

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