Makers Empire is delighted to announce a new partnership with DTSL to introduce Makers Empire’s 3D design tablet software for 3D printing to Hong Kong.

DTSL is one of Hong Kong’s premier 3D printing solution providers and plays a leading role working in collaboration with institutions like the Hong Kong Design Institute, Association of I.T. Leaders in Education, Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Tai Ping Shan Junior Chamber and the Baptist Rainbow Primary School.

DTSL and Makers Empire will provide consumers and schools in Hong Kong with Makers Empire 3D design software for tablets, lesson plans and teachers portal for primary schools, along with DTSL’s superior range of 3D printer solutions. This means the next generation in Hong Kong will now be able to easily design on their favourite table device and then print it out on their 3D printer with expert support from DTSL.

“DTSL is a regional leader in 3D printing in Asia and we’re excited to be working with them,” Makers Empire CEO, Jon Soong said.

“Hong Kong has a strong history in innovation and entrepreneurship so we expect strong interest from schools wanting to include 3D printing in their curriculum. Together DTSL and Makers Empire will enable consumers and schools in Hong Kong to experience 3D printing without the need to learn CAD or have technical expertise,”

 Jack Wu, DTSL Business Director, commented,“Our partnership with Makers Empire has further strengthened our edge in the 3D printing industry.”

“Makers Empire is attractive for youngsters to learn and pick up the 3D modeling skills. It enables us to provide a complete 3D printing solution to both the education and the fast growing consumer markets.”