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Win a Mako Jetboard with SOLIDWORKS & Gilo Industries

SOLIDWORKS have teamed up with Gilo Industries to celebrate the launch of the Mako Jetboard, the latest product from the adrenaline fuelled innovators. Allowing users to surf wherever there is water the jet-powered surfboard redefines surfing and how we play on water. If this sounds like your kind of fun, claim you very own Mako Slingshot Jetboard in an exciting new design competition.

Design Competition

To enter you must design a travel case for the Mako Slingshot Jetboard. All entrees must utilise a licensed version of SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD (2015 or later) and be submitted by 15th December 2017. The judging will conclude 31st December 2017.

Your design must be unique, practical for travelling, and have the ability to be a mass produced product. It should be the perfect travel case to protect and carry the Mako Slingshot and your chosen essentials for a weekend road trip or onboard an airplane for an overseas excursion.


  • Case Type: Coffin Travel Case
  • Case Style: Hard Case
  • Branding: Use of Mako Logo & Colour Palette Only
  • Max Dimensions: 1900 mm x 750 mm x 650 mm / 75 in x 30 in x 26 in
  • Max Weight: 32 kg / 70 lbs (inc jetboard)
  • Transportation: Person / Car / Airplane
  • Protection: Capable of withstanding a drop from a height of no less than 480mm (19in)

For a full breakdown of the competition rules, prizes and to enter visit solidworkscontest.com.


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Watch the Mako Jetboard’s Journey from Concept to Creation