"If you're going to San Francisco
Be sure to wear some flowers in your hair
If you're going to San Francisco
You're gonna meet some gentle people there"
-Scott McKenzie, 1967
Structur3d Printing is excited to announce that we will be heading to the Bay Area MakerFaire on May 17th and 18th; just a few weeks from today. For those of you who are unfamiliar with what a MakerFaire is, well you are in for a treat. Dubbed the "Greatest Show (and Tell) on Earth," MakerFaires are events where makers, tinkerers, inventors, teachers, artists - modern day renaissance folk - get together to share their creations with the globe. Often compared as part country fair, part science fair, and part something entirely new, MakerFaires are held world wide, with over 100 MakerFaires happening in 2013.
Check out this short introduction to MakerFaire Bay Area 2011 to get a feel for the creative atmosphere at the show.
Structur3d Printing was accepted as one of only 16 start-up sponsors for the event, which is very exciting news for us and our supporters. The event typically sees 100,000+ visitors over the weekend and we are taking this excellent opportunity to share our paste extrusion technology and vision with the Maker crowd. We will be bringing along one of our prototypes to demonstrate the printing of various new and exciting materials - silicone, icing sugar, ceramic slip, and a even special surprise.
Please follow our adventure to the Bay Area; we will be updating our blog and posting regular updates to our Twitter and Facebook profiles. Also, if you are in the Bay Area around May 17th and 18th, check us out at MakerFaire. If you are not going to make it, we would still love to meet up, coffee on us. Drop us a line.