FutureBook Yearbooks will bundle Tinkerine’s award-winning Ditto™Pro 3D printer as part of its North American educational institutional offerings
VANCOUVER, Feb. 23, 2015 /CNW/ – Tinkerine™ Studios Ltd. (TSXV: TTD and OTC Pink: TKSTF), Canada’s leading manufacturer of desktop 3D printers and 3D printing educational content, today announced a partnership with FutureBook Yearbooks, North America’s fastest growing yearbook printing and publishing company. Tinkerine’s Ditto™Pro will become a feature item in Futurebook Yearbook’s Awards Program offering to educational institutions. The Awards Program gives educational institutions an allowance to purchase classroom technology, which will now include 3D printers.
FutureBook Yearbooks CEO Reid Felske stated, “FutureBook Yearbooks believes in inspiring, educating, and empowering students. By partnering with Tinkerine, our mission grows. We are thrilled about this relationship and know that together, our customers will experience boundless creativity, innovation, and excitement.” Tinkerine CEO Eugene Suyu added, “FutureBook Yearbooks is a value added partner that has a significant and expanding footprint in the North American education market. Their focus is highly relevant and complements our vision of educating and training teachers and students about the use and benefits of 3D printing technology”.
Tinkerine is committed to partnering with best in class companies like FutureBook Yearbooks that provide high quality, innovative products to the education market backed by strong customer service.
FutureBook Yearbooks is the progressive leader in the school yearbook market, offering the industry’s highest quality yearbooks at the industry’s best price with outstanding service and delivery flexibility. Innovative and exclusive products such as the ProofBook, MovieBook, GradBox, and Awards provide richer and more meaningful experiences for yearbook recipients and greater customer satisfaction for the teachers and students that plan them.
ABOUT TINKERINE STUDIOS LTD.
Tinkerine develops, manufactures, and sells desktop 3D printers, content, and software for the consumer and education markets, the fastest growing segments of 3D printing. Current products include the award winning Ditto™Pro, Ditto+, and Litto 3D printers, all acclaimed for their high performance and affordability. Tinkerine’s 3D printers work seamlessly with the Company’s integrated 3D software to make printing intuitive and accessible to anyone. Tinkerine backs its products and services with Tinkerine U, the Company’s 3D educational content and training platform. With a focus on education, Tinkerine continues to position itself as the emerging leader in the 3D printer industry.
Tinkerine shares are listed on the TSXV, under the symbol TTD.V and TKSTF on the OTCPink.
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