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Maitland FL Miniature Material Company Innovate Orlando Book Feature Announced

Global Village Publishing announced that Mini Materials, a miniature material manufacturer based in Maitland, Florida will be featured in the coffee-table book “Innovate Orlando”. As the world's leader in manufacturing realistic miniature materials, the company works with the same recipes used for the larger versions.

Maitland, United States - June 13, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Publishing house Global Village Publishing announced that miniature material designer and manufacturer Mini Materials will be featured in the 2019 coffee-table book “Innovate Orlando”. Mini Materials is the world’s leader in manufacturing and selling the most realistic miniature building supplies available.

More information can be found at https://innovationsoftheworld.com/usa/mini-materials/.

Mini Materials specializes in designing and manufacturing perfectly scaled building materials in miniature. The team at Mini Materials make all materials, such as cinder blocks, red bricks, jersey barriers, pallets and lumber, from scratch and by hand, following the same processes that produce the life-sized materials.

The construction materials are created by hand on five tiny scales and, unlike many other manufacturers of similar items, Mini Materials makes nothing from plastic. The company uses real cement, wood and nails which are all handmade in the USA.

In addition, instead of creating specific products for niche markets, Mini Materials can cast a wide net of novelty because of its bespoke manufacturing combined with an aesthetic that is modern and playful.

Since 2015, Mini Materials has expanded its line to include various scales and products familiar to the construction world. Recently, the company has moved into branding and into education, with a special focus on supporting STEM disciplines. This means that their building supplies and materials can be custom printed or engraved with a company’s logo.

This year, their products made it into the pages of a school-supply catalog in the Midwest, while architecture schools already use Mini Materials to build out their blueprints.

Products by Mini Materials make for great fidget toys on one’s desk, gifts for people, as well as fantastic teaching tools for math and architecture, and for those hobbyists that like to build realistic dioramas, dollhouses, or models. Also, miniature materials are ideal for promotional marketing and trade shows.

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website or calling +1-407-900-5563.

Contact Info:
Name: Erik Polumbo
Email: Send Email
Organization: Mini Materials
Address: 2451 Worthington Road, Maitland, Florida 32751, United States
Website: http://www.minimaterials.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 523699

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