LehighValley_MMFThere was a great mix of individual makers showing off their projects and fabrication training programs at both Lehigh University and the Northampton Community College Fab Lab. Here are some of our our favorites.

For more videos, photos and interviews, check out all of our Lehigh Mini Maker Faire coverage.

3 thoughts on “Industrial Strength Fun at the Lehigh Valley Mini Maker Faire

  1. In the 3rd from the end picture for the wood blocks, I believe they are called Klinx with a “K” in the front. Spent a bit of time talking to the young lady while my 5yr old used every single block she had (the blocks and the paper rockets were his favorite parts). We had a great time, it was a wonderful setting and I will definitely be back.

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Anna Kaziunas France is interested practical digital fabrication focused project documentation (anything that turns codes into things), as well as adventures in synthetic biology, biohacking, personal genomics and programmable materials.

She's currently working on the forthcoming book "Design for CNC: Practical Joinery Techniques, Projects, and Tips for CNC-routed Furniture".

She’s also the Academic Dean of the global Fab Academy program, the co-author of Getting Started with MakerBot and compiled the Make: 3D Printing book.

Formerly, she worked as an editor for Make: Books, was digital fabrication editor and skill builder section editor for Make: Magazine, and directed Make:'s 2015 and 2014 3D Printer Shootout testing events.

She likes things that are computer-controlled, parametric, and open— preferably all three.

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