San Francisco, a hotbed for tech and innovation, it’s no surprise that the city is also home to a thriving maker community. With the world’s largest Maker Faire, one of America’s first nationwide open-access public makerspace, and countless other pockets of creativity scattered across the city it is a veritable playground for professional and aspiring makers alike.

Dive head first into this community with the help of the Makers Digest. Serving up a weekly rundown of creative, hands-on events in SF and the surrounding area. Whether you’re into 3D Printing, Laser Cutting, Pickling, or Sewing – there’s something for everyone!


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Spotlights on SF Makers

Maker Spotlight: Nomiku

After 4 years of making, hacking, and right turns, it’s clear that Nomiku’s trendy-nerdy co-founders – Lisa Fetterman (CEO), CTO and astrophysicist, Abe Fetterman and Wipop Bam Suppipat, industrial designer ...

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San Francisco Curator

Megan Bentley

Megan Bentley

SF Curator

Megan Bentley is an ad agency strategy and client services veteran of almost 10 years, having worked with brands and services ranging from Disney, ABC, and Charles Schwab to startups and small businesses. The daughter of an artist, she is passionate about creativity and storytelling and can do mean things with a glue gun.

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