Portland Mini Maker Faire made for a fantastic weekend at OMSI earlier this month. We’ve shared of the fun. our favorite photos
Thanks to everyone that visited our booth. It’s wonderful to meet our customers in person and hear about their projects!
Sergey Kiselev and his son stopped by our booth to show us projects they’ve created including this Intel Quark environmental sensors board.
People enjoyed seeing our full PCB panels in person and learning more about the manufacturing process. We’ll also have them on display at our
open house on Open Hardware Summit eve next week.
Low Voltage Labs had a bunch of fun easy-to-solder kits:
Mark Keppinger created this blinky board kit for people to learn to solder at the faire:
Visit our photo album for more!
We look forward to meeting everyone this weekend at:
(Saturday) and September 11 (Sunday) Open 10 AM – 5 PM
Portland Mini Maker Faire will run the gamut from demonstrations of 3D printing and robot welding, to knife forging, bee keeping, recycled skateboard jewelry, and much more.
1945 SE Water Ave, Portland, OR 97214
at OMSI showcases the Portland Mini Maker Faire amazing works of all kinds and ages of makers—anyone who is embracing the do-it-yourself (or do-it-together) spirit and wants to share their accomplishments with an appreciative audience.
OSH Park 3-D PCB crown
The sheer variety of the more than
100 exhibits, most of them hands-on, will boggle the mind.
OSH Park 10x scale breadboard for teaching electronics
Video of highlights from last year:
Cathe Post wrote on Make blog about a previous year: