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The Future of Making

From handmade to micro-manufacturing, the Maker Revolution is using digital design and rapid prototyping to push the boundaries of Making to new and exciting territories. Open source software, 3D printing, Maker spaces (like Portland's own ADX), and communities that offer ideas, advice and support are getting tinkerers out of the garage and on to the front lines of a new industrial revolution.

Join MAKE magazine's Mark Frauenfelder, Susan Beal (author of The World of Geekcraft), and Crafty Wonderland's Cathy Pitters and Torie Nguyen for a lively discussion on the bright future of Making.