The following is a press release submitted to SOURCE media.
FRAMINGHAM – Framingham Makerspace receives “2022 Manufacturer of the Year” award for the Metrowest area from the Massachusetts Legislative Manufacturing Caucus.
Framingham Makerspace was selected by Senate President Karen Spilka for the award.
Located in the Saxonville Mills complex, at 7,000 square feet, Framingham Makerspace is a non-profit that provides equipment, space and community for members to explore the intersection of art, technology and community. The space contains wood, welding and machine shops, fiber arts lab, electronics, 3D printing, private studio space and more to enable members to make their ideas a reality. Members include small businesses, artists and crafts people, hobbyists and those looking to learn. A diverse membership from a wide range of backgrounds and experiences create a wealth of
knowledge available to members.
Founded in 2014, Framingham MakerSpace has expanded with help from two matching grants from the MassDevelopment Collaborative Workspace program.
Framingham Makerspace is open for tours every Wednesday evening from 7 to 9 p.m.
Pictured (from left) Rep. Jeffery N. Roy, Framingham Makerspace Abe Walters, David Kent, Evan Warniers, Rob Andrews), State Senator Eric P. Lesser