We are so excited to announce the following Makers will be here showing off and letting you interact with their inventions! Please note that this is a growing list. Continue to check back for updates and additions.
Hacklab North Boynton
Hacklab North Boynton will feature the Daft Booth and the Paper Airplane Design Lab. The Daft Booth is fun, musical sandbox demonstrating aspects of electronics, software, and mechanical design that Hacklab members can collaborate over. The Paper Airplane Design Lab is a do-it-together competition to discover the best design through iteration. Hacklab is Palm Beach county’s first non-profit makerspace and cultivates hands-on learning experiences such as the Daft Booth and Paper Airplane Design Lab to promote and engage engineers of all ages.
Human Powered Snow Cones
The Ice Age snow cone wheel, also known to many as the world’s largest snow cone machine, is an event favorite. It is a “Willy Wonka meets Rube Goldberg” creation This hand crafted machine gets the attention of kids and adults alike.
Young Makers Lab – Nerdy Derby!
Build a car to race on the 25 ft long Nerdy Derby track! All kids are invited to come in and build their own race car with the help of the staff of Young Makers Lab. YML is a makerspace for kids in Boca Raton, offering workshops in coding, fabrication, design, and multimedia.
Jeff Behary and RGF Environmental Group
Electrical Historian Jeff Behary of RGF Environmental Group, Inc. will teach about early electrical apparatuses and demonstrate a static electricity instrument, early Tesla machines, wireless lighting and neon lamps along with replicas of high voltage props used in the original Frankenstein films.
Make your own instruments out of recyclable materials!
Jaycon Systems is a product design and manufacturing company based in Melbourne, Florida, specializing in engineering, design, manufacturing, and fulfillment. They will be showcasing injection molding and circuit board assembly. Interactive display of prototyping examples.
EV3 robots galore!
Robot demonstrations from FIRST Lego League and FIRST Tech Challenge teams.
Crafts Hands is a family business that makes their own wearable art and also promotes handwork from artists from different countries whose talents are still undiscovered with the main purpose of perpetuating and celebrate these unique traditions.
Plasma Creations can cut or design anything you have in mind out of metal. They do custom work and can add names to any artwork. Their pieces make great gifts or home decor.
Maria is a local artist who paints murals, portraits and custom art work.
Joan of Art Clay
Joan’s clay art is sometimes functional, sometimes not. She uses mermaids, fish, turtles and more on a variety of different objects. The vessels are influenced by flowing water and the sea. All are inspired by the wonders of nature.
Sarah Keith of Creative Imaginations will be showcasing how to “work-harden” and “flame-color” raw sheet metal to create unique pieces of jewelry. Visitors to her booth will be invited to participate in hammering metal to create a piece of jewelry, which will be raffled off at the end of the day. (Raffle tickets will cost $1 each.)