Make a Maker Faire - Maker Faire Mini Maker Faires are independently produced celebrations of local maker culture. Our Mini Maker Faire program provides tools and resources to help others to make a Maker Faire event that reflects the creativity, spirit and ingenuity of their community. The first Maker Faire started in 2006 in San Mateo, California, organized by the editors of MAKE magazine. Our Bay Area event just completed its ninth year, and has grown into a weekend-long celebration featuring 900+ Makers and attracting over 130,000 visitors.
Maker Faire is the best website I've found about makers, if you want to be one, this is your page! With the launch of MAKE Magazine in 2005, Dougherty and his team provided the catalyst for a tech-influenced DIY community that has come to be identified as the Maker Movement. As the movement has gathered increasing momentum, makers have created their own market ecosystem, developing new products and services. The combination of ingenious makers and innovative technologies such as the Arduino microcontroller and personal 3D printing are driving innovation in manufacturing, engineering, industrial design, hardware technology and education. Over the years, the MAKE division has become synonymous with the Maker Movement and is the recognized leader of this growing community of makers.
This webpage is from Barcelona Mini Maker Faire in 2015 The 2015 Barcelona Mini Maker Faire enters its 3rd amazing year. This time around the Faire will be bigger, better and brighter than ever: a new team lead by Fab Lab Barcelona and Made Barcelona, more makers from Barcelona, Spain and all over the world, and a brand-new location right in the heart of Barcelona: Plaza de las Glories Would you like to be a part of the team that makes it happen? It’s an opportunity to get involved in Catalunya’s fast-growing Maker and Fab movement, connecting you with people from all over the world whilst learning new skills. Organising Mini Maker Faire is fun and rewarding, but it also takes time and a lot of hard work. This is s page where you can see funny images Brian Ashcraft knows a thing or two about saving money and getting creative with lowcost cosplay. You can check out more of his awesome DIY creations on his twitter! cheap-cosplay-1 cheap-cosplay-11 cheap-cosplay-3 cheap-cosplay-4
This web is for downloading free files for the las lasercutter Jan 25, 2016 | By Kira As 3D printing goes mainstream in 2016, more and more users will be looking for new and fun projects they can 3D print at home. To 3D point them in the right direction, we’ve rounded up some of the best websites to download free STL files for 3D printing. In a way, STL files, and the 3D model repositories that hold them, are what make the 3D printing world go round—you can’t start 3D printing without a workable 3D model (preferably in STL, the most widely used format for 3D printing), and no matter what it is you are looking for, chances are you will find it on one of these top-rated 3D content websites. Better yet, they’re almost all entirely free! With hundreds to thousands of free 3D printable STL files to choose from, these 3D model repositories are the perfect place to start on your next at-home 3D printing project.
In this page you can found a lot of 3D PRINTERS Looking for free STL file downloads for your 3D printer? Here are the 33 best websites and search engines to find free STL files and 3D printer models. Don’t miss: This is a page to have information of Maker Movement When Make: magazine launched in 2005, making was largely a solitary activity. There was an intuition, a hint, that it was something that appealed to millions, but there was no easy way for these Makers to gather or share. Makers often worked alone in their garages and woodshops, in backyard sheds, and borrowed industrial spaces. This webpage will tell you all the Fab Lab IED in Madrid Fab Lab IED Madrid was born with the compromise of joining both design theory and fabrication. The space has all the usual infrastructure for digital fabrication, but also focuses on traditional crafts with infrastructure that is not easy to find available together in one place, as painting booth, welding facilities, woodworking stations, vacuformer, photographic processing, screen printing, etc. Fab Lab IED facilities have more than 300 square meters dedicated to these tasks and we encourage experimentation and discovery. It´s focused in three main groups of users: - Actual and former students of IED Madrid. - Entrepreneurs and partner enterprises, that will have the possibility to develop their projects both in the business and prototyping areas. - Maker community and people involved in embracing both education, design and open minded fabrication.