Stop by the NESIT Makerspace in lovely downtown Meriden, CT for our open house night. It’s starting to get warmer; we should be acquiring a metal lathe and a metal milling station once the weather settles and the mud drys out.
It’s been a bit underutilized so far but we’ve also got the open house listed on Meetup!
Andrew’s workshop on the art of crafting chainmail lead to the successful creation of chain mail cloth by quite a few folks in attendance. Using a simple jig to twist the wire into loops, cutting with a leveraged pair of snips, and properly connecting the links is all that’s required.
Sign up for the encore presentation on MeetUp and stop in to learn how the mail is made! NESIT will also be open for our usual Wednesday night open house hours.
Ever wanted to manufacture the height of 17th century personal defense? Work a bouncing job and need a bit of extra protection? Puncture resistant gloves for working with electronics, animals, or construction? Maybe a bit of costuming?
You should make your own chainmail! Andrew of NESIT will be holding a workshop on making chainmail April 17th and 19th at NESIT Makerspace in the scenic 290 Pratt St. building, Meriden, CT. Come by and learn the modern art of creating your own metal mail fabric.
Come by the NESIT Makerspace for our Maker Monday open house. We’re right off 691 just an exit down from the 91 interchange in Meriden, CT. We’ve been working on fine tuning the 3D printers lately; come on by and check out the results!