make Munich Reisebericht

André explaining the old story

André explaining the old story

(English text see below.)

DE: Irgendwo über den tief hängenden Wolken in München erwacht die Maker-Szene, um auch heute, am zweiten Tag der make Munich, ihre Projekte zu zeigen, sich inspiriren zu lassen und sich mit anderen Makern auszutauschen.

André und ich sind mitten drin und präsentieren jedem Interessierten unser Engagement, Elektronik als kreatives Material für jeden Zugänglich zu machen. Wir präsentieren die wirklich über alle Maßen großartige Software Fritzing  und selbstverständlich auch unseren Platinenservice Fritzing Fab. Dazu verkaufen wir Starterkits und halten kleine Workshops ab.

Die make Munich selbst macht richtig Spaß. Die Halle ist sehr groß und war gestern über den gesamten Tag sehr gut besucht. Es gab viele Helfer, die emsig Tische, Stühle, Stromkabel und Getränkemarken verteilten. Wir als Aussteller wurden mit allem Versorgt, was man benötigt, um so einen Tag durchzustehen. Es gab Getränke und wirklich gute Suppen, Müsli und Kaffee – Nach der Veranstaltung zeigten sich sogar ein paar Kästen Bier. Testurteil: Sehr gut!

Zu sehen gab es übrigens eine Vielzahl von 3D Druckern, Case Moddern, Zombie Modellen, selbst fahrende Skateboards, und vieles Mehr. Hannes von eHajo führt neben uns SMD-Lötworkshops durch, hinter uns stellen die Amateur-Funker aus und die Besucher sind begeistert von dem kreativen Potential der Community. Viele der Besucher verlassen die Messe mit einem Fritzing-Starterkit im Rucksack und ich denke, wir werden einige von Ihnen in Hamburg und Hannover wieder sehen.

Heute startet die zweite Runde und wir werden bis zum Frühen Nachmittag unser Bestes geben. Leider hat mir die ICE Klimaanlage ein bisschen den Spaß verhagelt (Dose Mitleid wäre hier angemessen), sodass meine Stimme etwas schwächelt, aber wir geben Alles!

EN: Somewhere over the deep laying clouds in Munich, the maker scene aweakes to show their projects, get inspired and talk to other makers the second day at the make Munich.

André and me are there, too, and we show our engagement, to make electronics accessible as a creative material to everybody. We present the really awesome mindblowing software Fritzing and – of course – our PCB service Fritzing Fab. Additional we are selling StarterKits and make small Workshops.

The make Munich is really fun. The hall is large and yesterday visited very well. There are a lot of volunteers, carrying tables, chairs and power supplies. We as exhibitors are supported with everything we need to survive such a day. There were drinks, very good soups, cornflakes, water and coffee. I must say: Very good!

Other exhibitors were showing all kinds of 3D printers, case moddings, zombie models, self driving skateboards and much more. Hannes from eHajo makes SMD soldering workshops next to us, behind us are the amateur radio operators and the visitors are exited of the creative potential of the community. Much of them are leaving the faire with a Fritzing StarterKit in their bags and I’m sure to  see them again in Hamburg and Hannover.

Today, the second round starts and we will be there till the early afternoon. Unfortunately, thanks to the clima automatic of the ICE (this is the place to open a can of mercy) my voice is weakening, but we will give our best!

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