Epilog Laser and Instructables Launch Epilog Challenge X

The popular contest is back for its 10th installment, with a Zing 16 laser as the Grand Prize!

Epilog Challenge X logo

Epilog Laser, the leading designer and manufacturer of CO2 and fiber laser engraving, cutting, and marking systems, is excited to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Epilog Challenge, hosted on popular DIY site, Instructables.com. Epilog Challenge X is accepting entries now through April 1, 2019. The grand prize winner receives a brand new 30-watt Zing 16 Laser, air compressor, and vector cutting grid from Epilog.

A 30-watt Epilog Zing 16 laser machine.

“For the past decade we’ve been thrilled to partner with Instructables.com for this exciting contest that gets people even more excited about making,” said Mike Dean, vice president of sales and marketing for Epilog Laser. “In the DIY community, laser cutters/engravers are invaluable tools that help makers create prototypes, cut parts, and other components for their projects, and we have loved being able to offer this prize since the Epilog Challenge began.”

Entries can cover nearly any topic, but participants must submit thorough documentation on how the project was created.

The 3D scanner device that won Epilog Challenge IX

Previous Epilog Challenge winners include the RoboFish Made From Pvc Water Pipe, Arduino Data Glasses for Multimeter, and Desktop CT and 3D Scanner With Arduino.

Robotic fish that took the grand prize in Epilog Challenge VII
Arduino-powered glasses that won Epilog Challenge VIII

Instructables.com is a popular project-sharing online community that provides publishing tools to help passionate, creative people share their most innovative projects, recipes, skills and ideas. For more information on the contest and official rules, visit this page: https://www.instructables.com/contest/epilog10/.

Press Contact for Epilog Laser:
Amy Dallman, Marketing Communications Specialist
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About Epilog Laser
Since 1988, Epilog Laser has been designing and manufacturing flying-optics-based CO2 and fiber laser systems that can engrave and cut wood, acrylic, plastic, fabric, rubber and many other materials. Epilog specializes in developing laser systems that create unprecedented marking and cutting quality on all types of products. The company produces versatile and reliable systems that are affordable and easy to use. For more information, visit www.epiloglaser.com.

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