Woodcraft Encourages Makers to Enter Reclaimed Contest on Instructables.comComments (0)
Old furniture, stereos, carpet and many more household items may hold the key to a project you could enter in the Reclaimed Contest on Instructables.com. Woodcraft is sponsoring the competition that opened Oct. 2 and will continue through Nov. 27, 2017.
than create an entry using new materials, this contest encourages reclaiming
materials from existing items to make something brand-new – with the
possibility of winning a prize.
advice on Instructables.com suggests: “Tear out
all the wood, plastic, metal, fabric and more from your old and failed
projects. It’s time to see what new creation emerges from these reclaimed
materials for a chance to win a selection of tools from Woodcraft.”
PHOTO: This entry in a Habitat ReStore Re-Design Contest is an example of using existing materials to create something new – actually three items, a hall bench, coat rack and memo board – using a bed headboard and footboard.
Grand Prize includes a Rikon Wolverine Sharpening Kit, 14" JET Band Saw with Open Stand, Bosch Colt PR20EVSK 1 HP VS Palm Grip Router, Rikon 1" x 42" Belt x 8" Disc Sander and an Instructables
prize pack including a robot t-shirt.
Third Prize (10 to be awarded) a Bessey 30" F- Style Clamp and an Instructables prize pack including a robot t-shirt.
PHOTO: This Makerspace Contest 2017 entry is a Bluetooth Speaker System made from components of a non-working stereo system and parts from other old equipment.
Enter & Find More Information
Visit Reclaimed Contest to enter and learn more contest details. Winners will be announced Dec. 4.
entered, each project will appear on Instructables.com, and members may vote for
any entry. After the contest closes, a panel of judges, including Instructables
staff members and members of the Instructables community, will rate the
finalists. The averages of the ratings will determine the winners. Winners will
be announced on the contest page.
Described as the World’s Biggest Show and Tell, Instructables.com attracts 30 million plus viewers each month to its web-based documentation platform that allows passionate creators to share what they do and how they do it, as well as learn from and collaborate with others. Besides offering a place to showcase and store new projects, Instructables also sponsors ongoing competitions.
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