Because OnHub works best when it’s placed out in the open, OnHub from TP-LINK has interchangeable shells that you can customize to fit your living space. When we launched OnHub Makers last December, artists, designers, and makers from around the world created OnHub shell designs in mediums ranging from paper mache to blown glass (see their inspirational designs in the Maker Gallery).
Now My Mini Factory, the world’s leading curated social platform for 3D printable objects, is running the Google OnHub 3D Printing Design Competition to give more makers the opportunity to create their own OnHub shells. The challenge is to create and submit your own unique design for an OnHub 3D printable shell. 3D printing allows you to create almost anything you can imagine, so go ahead and let your imagination run wild.
To enter the competition, download the Maker Packet for 3D files, 2D patterns, and other useful tips here. Submissions open June 7th and close July 26th. Two winners, determined by popular vote, will receive a brand new OnHub from Google (valued at $199.99 each) and will have their winning designs featured on the OnHub blog. You’ll find all the competition details here.