For over 20 years, Solidworks has offered complete 3D software that allows users to design their creations for production. With more than 3 million product designers and engineers worldwide utilizing Solidworks, they enable their users to bring their designs to life.
The National Robotics League and Solidworks are engaging the next generation of manufacturers. Together, they recognize the value in thorough and comprehensive documentation that is essential to manufacturing. Solidworks acknowledges the hard work and creativity that NRL teams dedicate to their engineering designs and documentation that drives the production of a Bot made to battle.
Each regional and national NRL competition evaluates teams’ engineering documentation using specific standards. Based on these metrics, a winner is presented with the Best Engineering Documentation award. Solidworks is generously sponsoring this year’s award and is giving each winning team $1000 in recognition of their outstanding work.
In addition to the award prize, Solidworks is providing 50 educator licenses to teams from economically disadvantaged communities. These licenses would allow schools to have access to the Solidworks software and enhance their engineering documentation. More information on how to apply for one of the licenses will be shared soon.
If you have any questions, please contact Michel Conklin, NRL Program Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations to our Regional Winners!
Blue Ridge High School – Arizona Tooling and Machining Association
Clay-Platte Home Educators – Kansas City NTMA BotsKC Competition
Cochranton High School – NWPA NTMA RoboBOT Competition
Slinger High School – BotsIQ Wisconsin Competition
Kenston High School – AWT RoboBots Competition
Ohio Northern University – Xtreme BOTS Competition
Hempfield Area High School – SWPA BotsIQ Competition
Warrior Run High School – Rage in the Cage Competition
Hempfield Area High School – NRL National Competition