ZW3D and GrabCAD Present a 3D CAD Model Challenge

ZWSOFT, a leading supplier of 2D and 3D CAD/CAM solutions to the AEC and MCAD industries, announced today that it will partner with GrabCAD to present a 3D CAD model challenge. This contest wants CAD users to create imaginative and intricate 3D models that are designed in ZW3D CAD/CAM software. The winning entries of this challenge, will receive cash and other prizes, as well as a chance to be featured on the cover of a ZW3D 2013 brochure.

In this 3D CAD model challenge, participants are encouraged to run wild with their imaginations and create something extraordinary. Entries can be any object designed in ZW3D CAD/CAM, from a nice mobile phone to a sports car. For those who are new to ZW3D, it is easy to learn the CAD/CAM software with its built in show-n-tell tutorials.

“ZW3D is an amazing CAD/CAM product for modeling, mold design and machining. It offers top-notch design experience,” says Colin, Manager of ZW3D Technical Support Department, “now with this powerful software teaming up with GrabCAD, there will be a multitude of creative minds working, and I believe that this challenge will unleash new innovation in 3D design.”

This challenge will have a total of 6 winning entries, out of which one will have the chance to be on the cover page of ZW3D 2013 brochures. The first place winner will receive $500 USD and a 3Dconnexion SpacePilot™ Pro 3D Mouse which is valued at $399 USD. The second place winner will get $300 USD plus a 3Dconnexion SpaceMouse™ Pro 3D Mouse valued at $299 USD. The challenge is open to everyone. To enter, go to Grabcad.com, sign up and submit your design.

For more details on this challenge, visit: www.grabcad.com/challenges/3d-cad-model-challenge

ZW3D can be downloaded for a free 30-day trial from: www.zwsoft.com/en/products/zw3d.html

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