Maker Faire Tokyo 2012

Had a great time at Maker Faire Tokyo over the weekend, and was able to meet with a few new 3D printer builders/design services that I hadn’t run into before. There were also a few new sources for critical components, like stepper motors, that will prove useful as I build my next 3D printer.

Here’s the day’s photoset, with videos to follow as soon as I have a few free moments.

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