We’ve all seen amazing artistic creations when using Dremel’s rotary tools. But we feel installing a dishwasher or cutting ductwork can feel just and good as carving a sculpture or engraving stainless steel drinkware.
For this challenge, we want Maker Studio members to show what you’ve fixed, repaired, or made using Dremel’s Saw-Max, Ultra-Saw, Multi-Max, GO, or even our newest cleaning tool Versa. Share photos of your project (before and after if you've got 'em) or even submit video where you tell us what you did and how the project made you feel when you completed it.
In order to qualify for a prize in the challenge, here's what you have to do:
Share a project that you have finished with your Dremel DIY tool (Saw-Max, Ultra-Saw, Multi-Max, GO, or Versa).
Tell us the need behind the project
How you felt during the project
Any feedback on the Dremel tool you used that hopefully made the project easier
Share photos or video of your project (videos must be under 10 minutes long)
Submit as many projects as you'd like but please create a separate submission per project
Use your imagination and creativity to not only show-off your project but your personality too!
Don't forget to include where you got your project idea or inspiration from and what skills you needed or acquired to accomplish the project. Additional points will be awarded when you share your submission to any social media site(s) and we'd love you to invite others to join the Maker Studio community.
Once all the projects are submitted, all members of the Dremel Maker Studio will have the opportunity to review the video submissions and vote for their favorite projects. Due date for submissions is September 22nd. Announcement of winners will be October 14th.
What's in it for you? Well we have a bunch of great prizes to give away in this Challenge.
First Place: $250 Visa Gift Card
Second Place: $100 Visa Gift Card
Third Place: $50 Visa Gift Card
Expert's choice for Creativity: MM50 Multi-Max
Plus, everyone who votes during the voting phase will be entered in a drawing to win a Dremel's newest oscillating tool Multi-Max MM50.
Dremel reserves the right to reject or request amendment to any project submission.