Submissions close August 20th 2018

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Design Brief

In this design challenge, you must prepare for the battle of your life. To enter, you must design 3D printable Airsoft spare parts or accessories. Which part would you want to see in your own replica? Or which part have you previously lost or broken, unable to enjoy the fun again.

Design a suitable Airsoft 3D printable part before August 20th to be in with a chance to win $250!

The 3D designs with the highest number of likes will win this competition, so make sure you share your creation online with #Airsoft3D to encourage your friends to support you.

The part should be adapted for 3D printing. It must work on your device and not already exist on MyMiniFactory! As always, this 3D design competition has unlimited entries, so upload as many designs as you like, but remember, the highest number of likes wins.

Upload Essentials

  • Two photos - one on plain background, and one in use in your Airsoft

  • Submissions close on August 20th 2018.

    Good luck!

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    Airsoft Spare Parts 3D Design Challenge



    Airsoft Parts

    The theme of this design challenge is spare parts and accessories for Airsoft guns. Think about the pieces you may have previously lost or broken, or accessories for the handle, or even aids to get a good shot. This is your chance to get creative and design the parts of your dreams.

    Once you have the right idea: design, print, test, and upload!



    The winner will receive an awesome prize of $250! The part with the most likes will be the winner, so make sure you share your design online with #Airsoft3D to encourage your friends to support you. Once again, no limit on the number of uploads! Just remember, the part must be functional, and cannot be something that already exists on the MyMiniFactory platform.

    Top Tips

    So you want to win a design competition?

    Here are some top tips to help you save time:

    1. Be precise when measuring and designing, as even a 0.5mm difference can prevent fitting.

    2. Make it as simple and easily printable as possible

    3. Try and present and photograph your design as best as you can, along with an explanation or renders and any relevant documents.

    5. Once your design is approved, post it on social media with: #Airsoft3D @MyMiniFactory

    • Read and understand the design brief.
    • Thinkabout how you can best deliver a solution.
    • Use the tips and resources provided
    • Explain the concept behind your design.
    • Presentprint, and photograph your design with care.

    Designer Resources

    Struggling for inspiration? Check out out the exsiting Airsoft parts and accessories on MyMiniFactory below.



    If you don’t have a replica you can use the design resources below for design an accessories for a lot replica in airsoft.

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