Here’s a special treat that a large team of artists, designers, and engineers from the desktop 3D printing community have pulled together for this Thursday night — a friendly place to meet up in Brooklyn for those arriving into town (or here already) who will be taking part in any number of 3D printing related activities at Maker Faire this weekend!
I am a co-host, and (very generously 😉 ) offered the name of the event as a tribute to the many 3D-printing related activities that take place each #3dthursday (pronounced “three-dee-Thursday”) online and in hackerspaces across the world, not to mention a sizable number of the over 1,000 posts about 3D printing shared here to Adafruit’s blog since the beginning of the desktop 3D printing revolution. (Adafruit has been celebrating all of the exciting developments in this field, and we are thrilled to bring together so many talented individuals we have featured online to clink steins together and get to know each other!)
And a special shout-out to co-host John Abella, “mayor of 3D Printer Village,” who has been coordinating what might now need to be renamed the “3D Printer Township“: which now consists of, by latest report, nine large tents worth of artists, designers, and engineers!
After Hardware Gets Innovated…
Before the Maker Faire Comes Together Like a Squadron of Dueling
While your 3D printers are still crated and “working”….
There shall be….
#3DTHURSDAY HAPPY HOUR!
Thursday, 9/19 from 7pm – 9pm
- 84 St. Marks Pl (off 4th ave)
- Brooklyn, NY
- Nearby 2, 3, 4, 5, N, R, D, B Q, etc trains to Atlantic Center in downtown Brooklyn
Hunt for Table 9 – opposite the bar
We’ll spread from there … like a 3DP (webviral) infestation.
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