Have you been swept up in PokémonGO fever? We sure have. Though, we may have been having more fun printing 'em than catching 'em!
The MakerGear factory has been humming with M2s printing 3D Pokémon of our own. These were quick and easy, low-resolution prints, each taking about an hour to an hour and a half for the 4-6 inch tall Pokémon.
And this week, we took some of them down to Cleveland's Great Lakes Science Center. We heard it was a hotspot for PokémonGO lures, with many reports of rare Pokémon to be caught there. Sure enough, we found plenty of fellow Trainers down by the waterfront and it made our day to pass out some of their favorite Pokémon in real life. We hope it made theirs too!
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It’s no secret that we’re passionate about leveraging 3D printing as a tool to transform education. When we learned that the Great Lakes Science Center (GLSC) wanted to enhance their summer program offerings with 3D printing, we jumped at the opportunity to collaborate.
One of the things that excites us most about 3D printing, is the potential to solve real world problems in real time. This week MakerGear joined with The Veale Foundation for their first annual Veale Startup Week held at Gilmour Academy.