By the end of 2020, Makeblock switched to laser machine business, still working on the solutions for creation. At least for now, their xTool D1 has been very successful.
- Refreshing design style
- Cutting-edge laser technology
- Rich accessories
- Good after-sales support
- Product is slightly more expensive
- Lack of local resellers
xTool is part of Makeblock, a world-renowned coding robot manufacturer & education solution provider. Makeblock focuses its business on STEAM education. To help underaged students improve their creativity, it is dedicated to building up educational infrastructures by making robotic modules, coding software and laser cutters for educational purposes.
Makeblock is a team of creative and innovative geeks enthusiastic about creation. So we have a creation contest for Makeblock employees every one or two months, in which they make their own projects using xTool machines and present them in the roadshow.
Creation is not only about making a coding robot. It can also be printing your daughter’s name on a mug, or engraving a delicate picture on a piece of wood for wall hanging. That’s how Jasen’s next project, xTool, and the first xTool product, xTool D1, came out in 2021.