Epilog has supported the maker movement from the very beginning, so I’m really excited to highlight our laser technology and illustrate to makers how valuable it can be.Jeff Aichinger, founder of Class Act Engraving
Golden, CO (Jan. 21, 2014)
Class Act Engraving, the exclusive distributor of Epilog laser systems in upstate New York, Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia, is excited to exhibit at the inaugural Buffalo Mini Maker Faire, March 1, 2014.
Maker Faire is known as the “Greatest Show (and Tell) on Earth” and offers attendees a family-friendly showcase of invention, creativity and resourcefulness, and a celebration of the Maker movement.
“Epilog has supported the maker movement from the very beginning, so I’m really excited to highlight our laser technology and illustrate to makers how valuable it can be,” said Jeff Aichinger, founder of Class Act Engraving and long-time Epilog Laser distributor. “Makers and lasers go hand in hand – from prototyping to company branding and beyond, I can’t wait for Buffalo-area makers to see all they can do with an Epilog Laser system.”
Keeping with the DIY/maker theme, attendees at the show can visit Class Act Engraving to learn more about laser systems and how they’re used for prototyping and manufacturing in the industry. They can also stop by for a laser cut/engraved sample created using the laser!
The Buffalo Mini Maker Faire is hosted by the Buffalo Museum of Science and will take place Saturday, March 1. For more information, visit www.makerfairebuffalo.com/.
Marketing Communicatie Specialist