Creality Advocates 3D Printing through Maker Truck on FESPA Brasil 2023 and Campus Party Brasília
Creality, a global pioneer in 3D printing, reinforces its leading position in the Brazilian market by introducing the latest 3D printers including the CR-M4 to the maker community on FESPA Brasil 2023. The event was held from March 20-March 23 at Expo Center Norte in São Paulo, Brazil.
Creality's campaign was carried out on "Maker Truck", a truck tour project Creality partnered with Universo da Criatividade and Automação ARR as the exclusive 3D printing brand. Universo de Criatividade, a maker organization promoting maker concepts and new ideas, drove the "Maker Truck" into the exhibition hall with 10 Creality 3D printers, attracting visitors from the education sector, industrial corporations, and the general public.
With Automação ARR, a leading robotics company in Brazil, Creality showcased its latest products, including the CR-M4, a professional-grade FDM printer with a massive build volume of 450*450*470mm. Other products include the Ender-5 S1, the Ender-3 S1 series, the Ender-3 V2 Neo, the HALOT-ONE series, the UW-02, etc. Voolt3D, one of Creality's leading distributors in Brazil, also joined hands with Creality and participated in the event.
"Creality and 3D printing have caught nationwide attention and interest in Brazil, thanks to the continuous advocacy from our business partners and us," said Jimmy Xiao, Country Manager of Creality in Brazil. "We will keep exploring 3D printing applications in education, robotics and other sectors to benefit more people and inspire more creativities."
During the four-day exhibition, Creality held a "Creality Day" and several 3D printing workshops where participants learned about 3D printing and modeling, deepening their relationship with makers and influencers from various industries.
Following up on the success of advocating 3D printing on FESPA Brasil 2023, Creality and the "Maker Truck" will later show up on Campus Party Brasília from April 5-April 9 at Arena BRB Mané Garrincha in Brasília, Brazil. The 5th edition of Campus Party Brasília is one of the largest festivals about technology, where gamers, developers, and entrepreneurs will gather and celebrate the geek spirit. It is expected that Creality will further popularize the knowledge of 3D printing to the Brazilian public.
Creality's strong presence in Brazil
Creality has a strong presence in Brazil as a leading 3D printing brand. In December 2022, Creality title sponsored Max Creality League, one of the major e-sports tournaments in Brazil featuring the mobile game Free Fire. In September 2021, Creality partnered with Bebyte to launch the Space Robotics Project to make 3D printing and robotics more inclusive to students in Brazil. The project was fully supported by the National Education Development Fund of Brazil, the Brazilian Space Agency, and the University of Brasilia.