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Injection Design Award - Product Design phase

    

Event details

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“Injection Design Award” is a design contest made up of 4 development phases. The aim of the first one was identifying new concepts of office accessories which include the use of injection moulding as production technology. The winner was Wave, a desk pad that works as a desk organizer and a mousepad.

 

 

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Now participants have to design the winning idea in a detailed and engineering-related advanced way adopting One Shot as production technology.

 

One Shot is an innovative technology developed by Uniteam-Italy. Compared to the traditional injection moulding process, it allows to produce objects made of different materials and textures in a single moulding phase. Thanks to this patented technology it is possible to avoid assembly work and/or the use of several moulds.

 

 

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More information about One Shot technology and the technical requirements are available in the contest page:

 

Go compete: des.al/InjectionDesignAward

 

Eligibility and submission

Participation is free of charge and is opened to designers and creative talents of any nationality and age. Participants can choose to present one or more projects, but only projects published on the web site www.desall.com via the upload page devoted to the “Injection Design Award - Product design” will be accepted.

 

Timeline

Upload phase: 20th December 2012 - 20th February 2013 at 23:59

Community vote: 21st February 2013 at 00:00 - 28th February 2013 at 23:59

Client vote: 1st March 2013 - 11th March 2013 (approximately)

 

Award

1st : € 1250,00 "One-Shot Specialist"

The selection of the winner by Uniteam will be the result of an unquestionable evaluation and it will take into account originality, project innovation and feasibility and consistency with the brief.

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