This year at SX Create, we wanted to give Makers a one-of-a-kind experience while celebrating creativity and new technology. Here’s a look at what we had in store for our fans down in Austin.
Thousands of Makers packed the Palmer Events Center this year at SX Create for a celebration of creativity and revolutionary technology.
The star of the show was undoubtedly the partnership between Dremel and Indian Motorcycles. Two of our favorite makers, Hank Robinson and Paul Niemeyer, were hard at work doing a live etching and engraving session on a custom Indian Vintage Motorcycle. The finished bike will be unveiled at the Indian Motorcycle display at the 2016 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in August.
Of course, it wouldn’t be a Maker event without the opportunity to roll your sleeves up and get some hands-on experience with the latest and greatest Dremel tools. Visitors had the chance to customize their own leather luggage tags with a Dremel 8050 Micro to commemorate their trip to SXSW.
SX Create goers also got an early look at our new, second generation 3D printer: The Dremel 3D40 Idea Builder. The 3D40 was featured alongside the HP Sprout and gave attendees a chance to see the impact 3D printing can have on STEM education.
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