May 30, 2023

Supporting Sustainable Innovation with the Hackaday Prize Challenge

By Protolabs

Each year, Hackaday holds the Hackaday Prize competition challenging its engineering audience to submit product designs that are focused on widespread and impactful innovation. As a company rooted in accelerating innovation, our quick-turn digital manufacturing offering is the perfect partner to help bring these exciting ideas to life.

With that, Protolabs is now an official partner of the 2023 Hackaday Prize.

To celebrate the 10th year of the competition, Hackaday is bringing back the most popular design challenges over the last decade. We are serving as the sponsor of the Green Hacks Challenge, seeking design ideas that promote global sustainability.

Running from May 30 to July 4, Hackaday visitors will submit products that focus on clean energy, smarter recycling, oil clean-up and more—all with the purpose to benefit our planet. Top entrants as chosen by Hackaday judges will move on to the final round where they will compete for $50,000. Protolabs will also be providing a $5,000 manufacturing grant to a runner-up that can be used for future design iteration.

Interested in submitting a Green Hack of your own? See how Protolabs can help with our Hackaday Prize resource hub and submit your design today.

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