We invited the 3D printing community to show off their engineering skills and design the strongest 3D printed hook to compete in a head to head tensile strength battle.

During this single-elimination tournament, two hooks will be linked together and pulled apart until one of them breaks or let go. From the qualifiers to the final, only one will survive! However, the top 3 hooks will all be rewarded with prizes.

We have received entries from 27 countries: Australia, Austria, Canada, China, Colombia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Dominican Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Italy, Japan, Lithuania, Mexico, Netherlands, Philippines, Romania, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United States, Ukraine, United Kingdom.


How to watch the battles:

You can follow the battles on Polymaker YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/Polymaker/videos


Dates of releasing new battles:

The 1st video was released on 10th Nov. Now, every Tuesday and Thursday we will release a new video until the final battle held on the 8th December.


If you missed the chance to enter a hook into the competition you can still win spools as a tournament spectator!


Here is how it works:

Click the gleam.io link and complete the 4 actions to submit your guess on the Polymaker Hook Tournament winner. The earlier you submit your guess the more spools you can try to win!

After the release of the final video on 8/12/20 we will draw the winner from the people who guessed the right hook:


Submit your guess before 11/17/20 9pm (GMT+8)

You will win 50 spools of your choice!*


Submit your guess before 11/24/20 9pm (GMT+8)

You will win 30 spools of your choice!*


Submit your guess before 12/1/20 9pm (GMT+8)

You will win 10 spools of your choice!*


Submit your guess before 12/8/20 9pm (GMT+8)

You will win 5 spools of your choice!*


*within Polymaker portfolio (only spools £1kg)

**Shipping included only for US, EU, China, Australia, Japan, Canada and Mexico.


Here is the link to enter and have fun:



we also recommend you to read this blog from 3DWithUs, and you can also follow the battles from there.

(click the picture above to read the article)

Alexander Senger from the Polymaker community created an awesome battle bracket with the pictures of each participant. You can also refer to this link for the updated brackets: http://latesthookcontest.s3-website.eu-central-1.amazonaws.com/



Backstage pictures leaking: