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Competitions

Welcome to the home of competitions.
This is where you can find out about and enter our exclusive competitions and design challenges. Our challenges are open to all DesignSpark members, so if you haven't already why not register today. If you want to be kept informed of up and coming events, then simply subcribe to this hub.

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Enter our Summer of Sound Design Challenge

Let's make this summer the Summer of Sound. We are challenging the DesignSpark community to invent or rework something old to create a new musical instrument or music interface. Limited only by your imagination lets make music this summer.

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Win an RS PRO 3D printer and filament bundle

Here is a great chance to set up a rapid prototyping system for your engineering workbench. Enter our simple competition to win a 3D printer and filament bundle.

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The Arduino design challenge

Arduino is a flexible platform for developing new products and concepts. With this in mind, we would like to challenge you to develop a sensor-based application in which Arduino and the physical world collide.

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Win the RS Pro Digital Storage Oscilloscope

Here is a great chance to add a Digital Storage Oscilloscope to your workbench. Our latest competition features the RSDS1204 4 Channel 200MHz. Find more on how to enter.

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September 12, 2018 11:11

Winner RS PRO 3D Printer competition

We are pleased to announce the winner of RS PRO 3D Printer competition, and the winner is... find out more

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September 10, 2018 14:24

Panasonic Design Challenge

We have two cool design challenges lined up for you. Together with Panasonic, we offer you this exclusive through DesignSpark.

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September 5, 2018 12:20

Win the RS Pro Digital Storage Oscilloscope

Here is a great chance to add a Digital Storage Oscilloscope to your workbench. Our latest competition features the RSDS1204 4 Channel 200MHz. Find more on how to enter.

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September 3, 2018 11:55

RS PRO 3D entry - Simple Bunny

This is my first time using DesignSpark. This is just a little bunny head that can be used as a paper weight. I like what I've experienced thus far using DesingSpark. It's easy to use and understand.

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September 3, 2018 08:10

RS Pro DSO entry: Use of Oscilloscope

Use of a stand alone scope makes the debugging of software much easier. A DMM with appropriate ranges helps, however microsecond and faster waveforms cannot be seen

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August 31, 2018 11:14

RS PRO 3D entry

3D printer contest.

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August 28, 2018 14:26

RS Pro 3D Entry - 1/4 Scale RC Sailplane Cockpit

Here is my designed and 3D printed cockpit.

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August 7, 2018 12:56

RS PRO 3D entry - replacement-valve

Replacement valve for kayak paddle float I made for a friend, who wasn´t able to obtain an original.

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August 7, 2018 10:29

RS PRO 3D entry - LRussell

My first attempt at a Centrifugal fan design using DSM and my 3D printer using RS components PLA filament.

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August 6, 2018 14:54

RS PRO 3D entry - Marcel

My 3D printed project plans, overview and idea's.

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August 6, 2018 12:47

Fitting out the RS Pro enginneers workbench - and competition update

See how our engineer's workbench is coming along, we've added lots of great products this month. Plus a preview of our next engineering bench competition.

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August 6, 2018 10:03

The Arduino design challenge

Arduino is a flexible platform for developing new products and concepts. With this in mind, we would like to challenge you to develop a sensor-based application in which Arduino and the physical world collide.

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