Re:Make 2013
October 5, 2013
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I saw an item on the evening news about Re:Make.
Something about 3-D printers. And free. I'm there!

Fort Mason Festival Pavilion


Eventbrite ticket


Not as big as Renegade, but more focused.
Many of these makers use high-tech computer gadgets like 3-D printers and laser cutters.



Along the entrance, a DIY project using Velcro






Waiting to see Michelle Phan
(Michelle Phan is an American make-up artist and entrepreneur
who became notable as a YouTube celebrity)


Chronicle Books


Dandelion Chocolate
(Better than Tcho, he says)


Brit+Co , sponsors of the event


3-D printers making stuff
(Ooooh - HiTech!)



Wilton - decorate your own cupcake!




Great stuff, but the girl couldn't understand
why I wouldn't want to sign up to win
a free set of containers.

I've got enough!


Cricut is the brand-name of a product range of home die-cutting machines
(or cutting plotters) used for scrapbooking and various projects,
made by Provo Craft & Novelty, Inc. (also known as "Provo Craft")
of Spanish Fork, Utah. The machines are used for cutting paper, felt,
vinyl, fabric and other products such as fondant. Cricut is among several
electronic die cutters used by paper crafters, card makers and scrapbookers.

One of the Cricut staff was making cutout labels for the OXO stand.



Paperwheel is a custom letterpress studio in Portola Valley, California
- the heart of Silicon Valley. We love combining modern themes
with the age-old craft of letterpress. Together with our 1923
Chandler & Price letterpress machine and our passion for good design,
we can create something for you that will surely leave a lasting impression.


sugru (yeah, lower-case "s") - "self-setting rubber" to mend things.