On Sept. 21 and 22, Kraftwurx will take part in the fourth annual World Maker Faire in New York City, New York. Marketed as the “greatest show and tell on earth,” the World Maker Faire is a festival of invention, innovation and creation that’s family friendly and perfect for all ages. The event is expected to draw a crowd of more than 65,000 people from across the country and will take place at the New York Hall of Science located in Flushing Meadows, Queens. During the festival, Kraftwurx will be available to discuss 3D printing, how it can help inventors and creators realize their ideas and more.
About Maker Faire
The Maker Faire was first launched in 2006 in the Bay Area of California. Since then, the event has expanded, appearing annually in the Bay Area, New York City, Tokyo and Rome. In 2012 alone, more than 165,000 people attended Maker Faire events across the world.
Maker Faire exhibitors hail from all industries, including art, science, engineering, architecture, manufacturing and more. One common thread binds them all: innovation. Exhibitors featured at the Maker Faire are on the cutting edge of their niche. They’re individuals, entrepreneurs and companies who are utilizing groundbreaking technologies, inventing new products and changing the way the world works.
In addition to learning about exhibitors and viewing showcases, Maker Faire attendees can participate in hands-on, how-to workshops; see inspiring presentations and panels; and take part in live product demonstrations. Fair-goers can also enjoy fun attractions like a life-size mousetrap, drone and robot building, DIY puppets, Coke-Mentos fountains and more.
Visit World Maker Faire
Stop by and see us at the 2013 World Maker Faire, along with hundreds of other innovative individuals and companies. Tickets are available in advance (and at a reduced price) at www.makerfaire.com.