Win a jet-powered surfboard from Gilo Industries Group!

Friday October 27, 2017 at 3:21pm
Calling all engineers! Use your design skills to create a case in SOLIDWORKS for the revolutionary new Mako Slingshot jetboard and you could win a jet-powered surfboard of your very own.
Gilo Industries Group - SOLIDWORKS Competition

Win a jet-powered surfboard from Gilo Industries Group!

Calling all engineers! Use your design skills to create a case in SOLIDWORKS for the revolutionary new Mako Slingshot jetboard and you could win a jet-powered surfboard of your very own.

What?

SOLIDWORKS and Gilo Industries are partnering up for an EPIC global SOLIDWORKS design contest.

Why?

In support of the launch of Mako’s (Gilo Industries) new Mako Slingshot Jet-powered Surfboard. 

How?

SOLIDWORKS customers, students, engineers & designers have an opportunity to design in SOLIDWORKS (and other SOLIDWORKS products) the hard-shell carrying case of the Mako Jet Board for a chance to win their own surfboard.

View the Design Brief

View the Contest Details

WIN!

Winner will receive a Mako Jet Board (value of $15,000 USD) and have their design prototyped and showcased at SOLIDWORKS World 2018.

Contest opens 11th October - December 15th.

Winners will be selected by December 31st

Abbey Martin
Technical Marketing Engineer

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