Supplyframe DesignLab Hackaday Prize 2019

A challenge for the
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A worldwide hardware design contest focused on product development. DesignLab connects you to engineers, expert mentors, and other powerful resources to take your product from concept to DFM.

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DesignLab
Guide to the Prize

With Majenta Strongheart and Hackaday Mike

Recent Videos

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Principal at BOLT VC, Kate McAndrew, explains why entrepreneurs need to be obsessed with the customer.

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Lead engineer of the 2018 Hackaday Prize-winning Dexter Robotic Arm, James Wigglesworth, talks about how winning the Prize has completely changed the trajectory of their company.

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Hackaday writer, Brian Benchoff explains why creating for more than yourself is a necessary part of this year's Hackaday Prize.

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Grand Prize

Best Product

$125,000 + Supplyframe DesignLab Residency

Best Category x5

Concept, Design, Production, Benchmark, Communication.

$10,000 each

Honorable Mention x5

$3,000 each

Bootstrap your idea with up to $500

Project likes get you dollars!

We have $10,000 we are giving away to fund the projects our community likes the most, literally. By June 1st, the top 20 most liked projects will be paid out $3 per like (maximum $500 per project). Promote your project and earn money! Start your entry.

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Previous Winners

Dexter

High Precision Robotic Arm

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Dtto

Explorer Modular Robot

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Details

Rules

The top twenty entries by August 25th, 2019 will go on to the finals where our esteemed judges will award the 2019 Hackaday Prize of $125,000 and other top prizes.

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Dates

Launch 4/3/19

Bootstrap Ends 6/1/19

Final Submissions 8/25/19

Finalists Announced 9/9/19

Final Judging 10/1-11/1

Winners Announced

2019 Superconference

(tentatively 11/16/2019)

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FAQs

What is considered an entry? Put simply, you need an idea, an image, and documentation. To start, talk about a technology problem facing people today and your idea of what a solution might be.

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