There were no shortage of maker projects and 3D printer action. There was a carnival-like atmosphere with lots of parents and children spending quality time while learning a bit on the side, too!
So what did we see at Maker Faire Paris?
We saw pancakebot making deliciously 3D printed pancakes. We also saw Drawn, a crowd favourite with their massive 3D printer printing out furniture, 3Dprintinyou which lets you take a 3D scan of yourself, as well as lots of do it yourself projects.
One of our favourites was this purple interlocking material printed out via a store from Shapeways.
“Seeing all of these amazing companies using 3D printing was so inspirational,” said Lap.
“If you get a chance to visit a Maker Faire in your city do drop everything and go – I guarantee that you won’t be disappointed!”
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