San Mateo Maker Faire Recap

For the Bay Area, this was a very busy and exciting weekend: the Warriors clinched the Western Finals Conference for the first time in 39 years, it was the 104th Bay to Breakers and, most importantly, it was the 10th San Mateo Maker Faire! We’ll be recapping the Maker Faire this week, so get ready for a plethora of posts about miniature computers, young engineers and inventors, 3D printers, and robots.

Check out this quick preview of our favorites.

The 10th Annual San Mateo Maker Faire!
The 10th Annual San Mateo Maker Faire!
Note the life-sized mobile cupcake.
Note the amazing wooden robot behind the life-sized mobile cupcake.
Giving an unnecessarily high five has never been more of a challenge.
Giving an unnecessarily high five has never been more of a challenge.
This 3D printer uses chocolate as its filament. You read that right. Chocolate. Choco3Drag says the best kind of chocolate to 3D print is dark chocolate. Specifically, dark chocolate melting chocolate.
This 3D printer uses chocolate as its filament. You read that right. Chocolate. Choco3Drag says the best kind of chocolate to 3D print is dark chocolate. Specifically, dark chocolate melting wafers.
Altium's CircuitMaker had its own booth at MakerFaire. Visitors could sign up for beta, and learn more about Altium's products. Here are one of their manufactured designs.
Altium’s CircuitMaker had its own booth at MakerFaire. Visitors could sign up for beta, and learn more about Altium’s products. Here are one of their manufactured designs.

Check out our other San Mateo Maker Faire posts:

Interview with founder Dale Dougherty
Young Makers at Maker Faire
MakerBot at Maker Faire
Intel at Maker Faire
Tinker the Robot at Maker Faire
littleBits at Maker Faire
Raspberry Pi at Maker Faire
Robots at Maker Faire

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