ASME IAM3D Challenge

Ages:Undergraduate

Type:Submission

Categories:Art, Design, Engineering, STEM

Scope:International

Contact


IAM3D@asme.org

The ASME Innovative Additive Manufacturing 3D (IAM3D) Challenge is designed to give mechanical and multi-disciplinary undergraduate students around the world an opportunity to re-engineer existing products or create new designs.

The objective is to design, test, and manufacture a “D.I.R.T.”-GBRCV (Design, Integration, Research, and Test – Ground Based Remote Controlled Vehicle) using additive manufacturing and an iterative design process that will demonstrate your teams design and testing skills! Be creative! It doesn’t just have to just drive. Jump, flip, tow, float, hover, or even carry a payload. Extra ground-based functionality is encouraged!

Students competing in ASME IAM3D will showcase their creativity by demonstrating the value added through their ingenuity, application of sound engineering design principles, and leveraging Additive Manufacturing technologies. One document submittal, a design report showing your team’s design process, and detailed drawing will be required prior to participating in the physical obstacle course.

There are three ways to score points:
  • Design Report - 5000 Points possible
  • Use of Additive Manufacture Parts Video - 5000 Points possible
  • Video Submission - 5000 points possible

Website: https://efests.asme.org/competitions/asme-innovative-additive-manufacturing-3d-challeng

Managing Organization: ASME

Contact:

IAM3D@asme.org

Eligibility:
Every participant must be a student member of ASME who is enrolled as an undergraduate in a baccalaureate or associate engineering/engineering technology degree program or was enrolled in one of those programs within one year of the competition date (must still be a dues paying member). All competitors agree to abide by the ASME Engineering Code of Ethics.

Overview

The ASME Innovative Additive Manufacturing 3D (IAM3D) Challenge is designed to give mechanical and multi-disciplinary undergraduate students around the world an opportunity to re-engineer existing products or create new designs.

The objective is to design, test, and manufacture a “D.I.R.T.”-GBRCV (Design, Integration, Research, and Test – Ground Based Remote Controlled Vehicle) using additive manufacturing and an iterative design process that will demonstrate your teams design and testing skills! Be creative! It doesn’t just have to just drive. Jump, flip, tow, float, hover, or even carry a payload. Extra ground-based functionality is encouraged!

Process

Students competing in ASME IAM3D will showcase their creativity by demonstrating the value added through their ingenuity, application of sound engineering design principles, and leveraging Additive Manufacturing technologies. One document submittal, a design report showing your team’s design process, and detailed drawing will be required prior to participating in the physical obstacle course.

Criteria

There are three ways to score points:
  • Design Report - 5000 Points possible
  • Use of Additive Manufacture Parts Video - 5000 Points possible
  • Video Submission - 5000 points possible

Participate

Website: https://efests.asme.org/competitions/asme-innovative-additive-manufacturing-3d-challeng

Managing Organization: ASME

Contact:

IAM3D@asme.org

Eligibility:
Every participant must be a student member of ASME who is enrolled as an undergraduate in a baccalaureate or associate engineering/engineering technology degree program or was enrolled in one of those programs within one year of the competition date (must still be a dues paying member). All competitors agree to abide by the ASME Engineering Code of Ethics.