There was a mobile miniature makerspace/fablab. Fittingly for the Netherlands this bike-borne fablab was completely transportable. It included power, a pelletizer and a 3D printer.
During Dutch Design Week, the city of Eindhoven becomes a hub for design. Over a quarter of a million people attend and there are over 100 venues and 2500 participating designers. Events, presentations and shows (and many parties) are held all across town. The Klokgebouw is but one building of the entire series of events. In this building we can find a lot of startups, businesses and industrial design students showcasing their work. This year I saw dozens of projects that were either 3D printing-related or that used a 3D printer to prototype. Here is a small selection.