The winners of the White House 3D Printed Ornament Design Challenge (in partnership with Instructables and The Smithsonian) have been announced. Check out all of the winners and learn more about the contest at Instructables:
We’re very proud to announce the winners of the Instructables 3D Printed Ornament Design Challenge. The White House chose five designs to be printed and displayed in the East Wing over the holidays. If you want to add a piece of White House history to your holiday tree this year, you can download and print one of the winning designs from the Instructables or by visiting 3D.si.edu.
A big congratulations to Gil Rivera, Vicky Somma, Antar Gamble Hall, Roy Eid, and David Moore and Brandy Badami — you all made history today!
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