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Makeblock Shows Off their New 3D Printer for STEAM Education at BETT

Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Press release from the issuing company

mCreate is packed with features designed to empower kids to turn their creative ideas into reality

London, UK – This week, global STEAM education solution provider Makeblock is set to show off its latest tech - the mCreate 3D printer - at BETT London. The versatile 3D printer doubles as a laser engraver and is specifically designed to be used in classrooms to encourage creativity and learning.

Attendees and members of the media are invited to check out mCreate at booth SC24.

The latest from Makeblock rounds out the company’s complete STEAM education ecosystem, which includes educational software and hardware aimed at teaching coding and other relevant skills to the workforce of the future.

With mCreate, students can create fun projects by integrating Makeblock’s mBuild electronic modules.

Applications for the printer include use in 3D design courses, for maker clubs and competitions, and to prep students for related vocations before they head to college.

“I grew up without the opportunity to learn hands-on with technology. At Makeblock, we believe the threshold to accessing technology should be lowered to enable more people to transform their creative ideas into reality,” Makeblock Founder and CEO Jasen Wang said. “For the workforce of the future, it’s even more important to make STEAM learning tools available to every child. Our full product line helps achieve this.”

The 3D printer has a patented smart nozzle with an AI-powered detection module to make printing better and steadier. Its unique genius smart leveling allows the machine to calculate the working plan to the actual conditions of the print platform for reliable 3D printing. It can also resume working even after a power outage, enabling mCreate to deliver a remarkable print success rate and quality.

By quickly switching to the laser engraving mode, the machine meets the needs of a broader range of applications in STEAM education or other creative projects. Built for materializing creativity, mCreate makes ideas tangible. By adding mCreate to the product family, Makeblock is offering a key tool that can expand the imaginative world without limits for users worldwide.

For more information or to speak with a Makeblock rep, contact PR Agent Rosemary Newton at
rosemary@properpropaganda.net  / 1-604-358-3444

 

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