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MakerspaceCT on the CT Startup Podcast

Devra and Bryan recently paid a visit to the CTStartup Podcast. Listen to the interview below.

Description from their website:

The Maker Movement has grown into a billion-dollar industry that’s also helping regular Americans reconnect with their passion for DIY projects. Makerspaces are popping up all over the place, including here in Connecticut, but when complete, MakerspaceCT will be our state’s largest makerspace by far.

Makerspace CT is a young nonprofit based in Hartford. At 15,000 sq-ft, it will be Connecticut’s largest makerspace, and it will come equipped with all kinds of cool tools that have your hosts drooling. CNC machines, welders, 3D printers, and a lot, lot more.

We sit down with Bryan Patton and Devra Sisitsky, the husband-and-wife power couple behind this ambitious effort to bring manufacturing back to a this historic site.

MakerspaceCT on Nutmeg TV

MakerspaceCT founders Devra Sisitsky and Bryan Patton were interviewed by producer/host Linda Cavanaugh for two episodes of “Eye 2 Eye” on Nutmeg TV. The first interview focused on manufacturing and innovation in Connecticut and the second previewed the plans in store for MakerspaceCT.

EYE 2 EYE – MAKERSPACE CT

EYE 2 EYE – CT MANUFACTURING AND INNOVATIONS

Source: Linda D. Cavanaugh, Nutmeg TV

Eye 2 Eye copyright 2016 Linda D. Cavanaugh. All rights reserved. (11/9/2016)

The headquarters for the Maker Movement in Connecticut. Coming in 2018!

Our future location: 960 Main Street, Hartford, CT.

MakerspaceCT is a program of McEIVR, Inc., a 501(c)3 nonprofit.

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