You can export you Makerspace creations to Minecraft, and explore them, and even remake them in-game. Huge structures like castles, cities, or colossal creatures can be done in minutes in Makerspace, that would otherwise take hours to create in Minecraft. Important: This requires that you own a copy of Minecraft (Pocket Edition or Java Edition).
For Pocket Edition
Exporting to Minecraft Pocket Edition only takes a couple of clicks. Make sure that Minecraft is closed before you export. Click export and your creation will be loaded into fileformat called MCWorld ("file_name".mcworld). Open this file with Minecraft Pocket Edition and your creation will be loaded right away. Note: In Pocket Edition, a new Minecraft world is created for every Makerspace creation.
For JAVA Edition
Importing your Makerspace creations into Minecraft Java Edition takes a bit more work, but it has some advantages. You can place them anywhere you like, and as many as you like. Minecraft Java Edition uses a fileformat called NBT ("file_name.nbt") to save and load structures. These files can be created using Makerspace and sent to your computer, to be used in Minecraft.
1. Send the NBT file to your computer using your preferred method (email, airdrop, etc).
2. Open finder.
3. Go to "Go" -> "Go to Folder..."
4. Insert the folder path "~/Library/Application Support/minecraft/saves" and press "Go".
5. Choose your world folder.
6. Create a new folder inside your world folder and name it "generated". Then, create another folder in "generated" called "minecraft" and another one in "minecraft" called "structures" (If these already exist, you can skip this step).
7. Copy your NBT file to the "structures" folder.
1. Send the NBT file to your computer using your preferred method (email, Dropbox, etc).
2. Open Windows Explorer.
3. Go to "C:\Users\[Your PC Username]\AppData\Roaming\.minecraft\saves\", replacing [Your PC Username] with your user name on this computer.
4. Choose your world folder.
5. Create a new folder inside your world folder and name it "generated". Then, create another folder in "generated" called "minecraft" and another one in "minecraft" called "structures" (If these already exist, you can skip this step).
6. Copy your NBT file to the "structures" folder.
1. Start Minecraft and enter your world.
2. Make sure to be in creative mode and that you have cheats activated.3. Give yourself a structure block by entering the following command: "/give [username] minecraft:structure_block", replacing [username] with your actual username.
4. Place the structure block where you want it and right click to open the structure block menu.
5. Click the "Data" Button two times or until it says "Load"
6. Enter the name of your structure file without the NBT extension.
If your file is named "filename.nbt", you should just write "filename".
7. Click the "LOAD" button to the right in the menu.
8. Activate the structure block by placing a redstone block next to it.