In the weeks leading up to the 2017 Bloomsburg Mini Maker Faire, we will be profiling the Makers that are appearing at the Faire!

Check out this amazing Maker!


The e-NABLE Community is an amazing group of individuals from all over the world who are using their 3D printers to create free 3D printed hands and arms for those in need of an upper limb assistive device. Bucknell University is one chapter of e-NABLE where we get in contact with the local community to spread awareness of the organization and also help people who have upper limb disabilities through 3D printing arms and joint devices. We will be bringing multiple 3D printed small finger joints as giveaways and also be bringing larger completed hand sets to demonstrate what the organization’s goals and focuses are. We will be talking about what e-NABLE is, how others can get involved and help, and what Bucknell chapter has accomplished so far.

Visit the e-Nable organization’s website

Find the Bucknell chapter on Fabebook

This year’s Bloomsburg Mini Maker Faire will be held on Saturday, April 22, 2017 from 10am-4pm on the grounds of the Children’s Museum right in the heart of Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania.

Admission to this all-day event is FREE. There will be a large variety of Making activities, workshops, presentations, performances, crafters and the Museum’s 50+ exhibits.

To apply to be a Maker at the Bloomsburg Mini Maker Faire, click on the “Call for Makers” button in the top right corner.

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