More Pictures And Video From Maker Faire
A lot of the pictures and shots from Maker Faire last weekend hit the cutting room floor, but we wanted to share them with you to give you a feel for the environment. Saturday and Sunday were two action-packed days as you can see. Read the rest of the post to find out who else made MakerBot a part of their booth in order to show off their own technology or just the joy of Making.
It was exciting to set up our tent on Friday and then take a walk around the grounds, only to find out that several other companies and exhibitors had made MakerBot a part of what they were doing and showing.
GE had three Replicators in their fantastic GE Garage event. People were printing out modified versions of the mustache and monocle thing I was raving about the other day.
Tech Shop also presented The Replicator alongside other tools in their spread.
Autodesk and Tinkercad both used The Replicator as the tool of choice for demonstrating their design programs. It’s awesome that those companies like our tech as much as we like their software. Here’s Autodesk’s booth (below), and here’s an amazing story about Tinkercad and MakerBot teaming up to make a kid’s day.
This booth brought their custom, decked out Cupcake CNC to Maker Faire.
Crash Space, the LA hackerspace, brought the whole happy MakerBot family. The participation of hackerspaces from around the country really makes Maker Faire what it is.
And speaking of the MakerBot Family, we managed to snag a shot of the team before we packed up completely. Thank you to everyone who visited and spoke with us, all the other booths who made MakerBot part of their experience, and all of the volunteers that made it possible for us to handle an enormous crowd.
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