2019 Masters of CAM Wildest Parts Competition Winners: Professional Division

This week, we are excited to officially announce the winners of the 2019 Masters of CAM Wildest Parts Competition! We had four categories available this year: Secondary, Postsecondary, Teams, and Professional.

Each year, we eagerly await the arrival of the Wildest Parts Competition entries. Seeing what the participants create and getting to know our users through these entries is a rewarding part of what we do. With prizes up to $3,000 for winning entries, we hope our users continue to be as excited to enter this contest each year as we are to receive their submissions.

Today, we are sharing with you the winners of the Professional Division. This division is open to educators and anyone with professional manufacturing experience.


First Place – Bone Plate
Professional: Yung-Cheng Lee, Shih-Cheng Precision Technology

Yung-Cheng entered a bone plate and said that because of the need to fit the human bone accurately, there were many challenges to overcome such as irregular complex surfaces, multi-angle drilling, and more.

Second Place – Logo Puck
Professional: Zane Decker, Cincinnati State Technical and Community College

The focus on Zane’s part was to use toolpaths and tooling marks as artistic embellishments. The puck was used to demo 2D toolpaths for his students, such as Dynamic Mill, 2D Surfacing, Contouring, Chamfer, and Engraving.

If you are an instructor or have professional manufacturing experience using Mastercam, you are eligible to enter the Wildest Parts Competition in the Professional Division for 2020. Entries are due before June 30, 2020.

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