The Hardware Store by Bi-Link opened Nov. 5 in Morrisville. The 2,000-square-foot space is a technology-driven ‘home away from work’ for design engineers and entrepreneurs. From left is Bi-Link President Ray Ziganto, author Sarah Miller Caldicott, CADJockey President Stefan Stalgren and Bi-Link Vice President Kris Kent. Caldicott is the grandniece of inventor Thomas Edison.
The Hardware Store by Bi-Link opened Nov. 5 in Morrisville. The 2,000-square-foot space is a technology-driven ‘home away from work’ for design engineers and entrepreneurs. From left is Bi-Link President Ray Ziganto, author Sarah Miller Caldicott, CADJockey President Stefan Stalgren and Bi-Link Vice President Kris Kent. Caldicott is the grandniece of inventor Thomas Edison. BI-LINK
The Hardware Store by Bi-Link opened Nov. 5 in Morrisville. The 2,000-square-foot space is a technology-driven ‘home away from work’ for design engineers and entrepreneurs. From left is Bi-Link President Ray Ziganto, author Sarah Miller Caldicott, CADJockey President Stefan Stalgren and Bi-Link Vice President Kris Kent. Caldicott is the grandniece of inventor Thomas Edison. BI-LINK

The Hardware Store offers space for entrepreneurs to tinker

November 24, 2014 12:00 AM

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