I'm proud to announce that Big Blue Saw is a Sustaining Sponsor of the Atlanta Mini Maker Faire 2012.
What's a Maker Faire? Simply put, it's a gathering of creative individuals who like to make things. The organizers of the event note that this includes stuff like
R2 droids, wearable planters, book binding, live art installations, SMT soldering workshops, printmaking experiences, autonomous aircraft, blacksmithing demos, handmade jewelry, children artists, interactive art projects, mini welding workshops, make-your-own-soap demos, clean cookstoves, free art making stations, make your own animation setups, conductive electrical interfaces, art activists, mold making demos, Rube Goldberg machines, and budget screenprinting
Look for our booth where we'll be talking about Big Blue Saw, showing off samples of our work, handing out swag, and teaching people how they can benefit from our waterjet and laser cutting services.
Our goal is to help creative individuals (like most of you reading this blog post) turn their thoughts into their ideas into real plastic and metal things that improve the human condition in some way. So sponsoring an event like this Mini Maker Faire was a no-brainer.
The event takes place Saturday, October 6, 2012 from 10 AM to 5 PM on the campus of Georgia Tech. The event is free, but you need to get tickets in advance. Information about tickets, location and parking is on the AMMF website.
I hope to see you there.