MakerClub creates classroom-friendly kits for teaching young people about 3D printing and high-tech inventing

The children of today are growing in the world of start-ups, innovation and ideas being turned into reality. However, there isn’t much change in the academic curriculum to consider the new ways people create such as 3D printing.

The growing popularity of 3D printing is undeniable. In a forecast by Gartner, more than 200,000 printers will sell next year. That is twice the number for 2014. Just like MakerBot did a year ago here in the States, start-up MakerClub wants to bring the technology to schools across the UK.

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