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All CAD users are invited to design in 3D the Christmas tree of their dreams.
St Romain, France, Nov. 25, 2008 – TraceParts, a market-leading digital engineering 3D content company, today announced the launch of its second Christmas Tree Model Contest, taking place until December 19, 2008. The winners will selected among the best Christmas tree pictures received.
Contestants must build a Christmas tree using components downloaded from the www.tracepartsonline.net CAD library . Three winners will be selected and best rendered images will be published on www.traceparts.com web site. The prizes are one Navigation System for the first place, one iPod® Nano for the second place and 200 download credits for the use of licensed catalogs of www.tracepartsonline.net for the third place.
The Christmas trees should be designed in 3D, using any CAD or picture editing software, and using as many different components available in the tracepartsonline.net CAD library as possible. Contestants must send rendered image of their tree before December 19 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit this page for more information and submission instructions.
TraceParts is a leading digital engineering content company, offering customers progressive business solutions through powerful web based products and services. TraceParts helps customers improve marketing efficiencies by increasing the value of their existing digital product data. The tracepartsonline.net CAD portal is freely available to millions of CAD users worldwide. For more information about TraceParts, please visit www.traceparts.com
The winner of the last contest.
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