Both versions are grammatically correct and have the same meaning.
The grammartical form:
To make +
nominalized verb /
verb-ing + adjective
This should work if the same verb is either nominalized or gets an "ing".
This tool makes cutting easy.
(can't nominalize "to cut" as "a cut")
That machine makes printing faster.
(can nominalize "to print" as "print jobs")
Her program made shopping more convenient.
(can't nominalize "to shop")
His invention made trash collection/collecting easier.
The system makes production more eco-friendly.
("producing" can be used, but it usually goes with a noun pointing out the product e.g. makes producing paper more eco-friendly)
These machines make construction/constructing safer.
(using "construction" often sounds better and a bit more general)