TraceParts Names Christmas Tree Design Contest Winners

The contestants had the task of designing a special Christmas Tree using the CAD or image processing software of their choice.

The contestants had the task of designing a special Christmas Tree using the CAD or image processing software of their choice.

In the TraceParts Christmas Tree Design contest, the Christmas tree was to be created using as many standard machine parts as possible found on the TraceParts platform. Image courtesy of TraceParts.


To end the year on a lighthearted note and to insert some Christmas spirit into the CAD world, TraceParts launched, back on December 1, its annual Christmas Tree Design Contest in partnership with Schneider Electric.

The contestants had the task of designing a special Christmas Tree using the CAD or image processing software of their choice. The Christmas Tree was to be created using as many standard machine parts as possible found on the TraceParts platform.  Special points were given for using parts coming from the Schneider Electric catalog.

From all the entries, the three most creative trees were awarded prizes by a jury. In a company statement, TraceParts comments: “We are overwhelmed by the incredible creativity of the participating TraceParts community, and warmly congratulate all the contestants for the time they invested by creating their trees.”

The winner will receive an Xbox One Serie S, the second-place winner will get an Apple iPad Air 2 and the third-place contestant will receive an Amazon Echo 2020.

The company says to stay tuned for more TraceParts Design competitions coming soon!

TraceParts is a provider of 3D digital content for engineering. As part of the Trace Group founded in 1990, the company provides web-based solutions, such as CAD part libraries, electronic catalogs and product configurators. TraceParts offers digital marketing services to help part vendors, 3D printing suppliers, software and computer hardware vendors promote their products and services. 

The TraceParts portal is available free of charge to millions of CAD users worldwide. It provides access to hundreds of supplier catalogs and more than 100 million CAD models and product data-sheets that meet the specific needs of design, purchasing, manufacturing and maintenance processes and operations.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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