Bi-Link, a contract manufacturer in Bloomingdale, IL, is offering an interesting new venue for professionals who want to develop new ideas. Their “Hardware Store” is a 2,000 square foot space where design engineers and entrepreneurs can go to work on ideas, tinker, and further develop their designs. This great resource is not intended for hobbyists, but as a community for serious area professionals to gather, interact, get input from other engineers, and spark new innovations. There is no cost to utilize the space, and a benefit to the involvement of Bi-Link is the ease and speed with which ideas can be brought from concept to prototype to high volume manufacturing.

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