Our Workshop

Who We Are

Established in 2016

The Makers Workshop Makerspace is located in downtown Maynard, Massachusetts.  In addition to acting as the backdrop to our educational YouTube content it also serves as the home base to our off-site education programs, classroom space for onsite programs, and over the weekend comes alive as a vibrant community maker space.

Our Mission

We are committed to sharing the tools, technology, knowledge, and inspiration to help you make your projects and ideas a reality.

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Michael Denault

Michael holds a Bachelors degree in fine arts from Roger Williams University with a concentration in large scale metal fabrication and photography and has been a maker all of his life. His career as a maker has encompassed many mediums ranging from metal fabrication, glassblowing, jewelry design and fabrication.

He is in charge of the day to day operations at Makers Workshop and produces the YouTube show Michael Makes It on the Makers Workshop YouTube Channel.

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Brooke Denault

Brooke has over eight years of experience teaching and developing specialty STEM curriculum for students in grades 1-12. Her programs have been implemented in hundreds of classrooms since he start of her career. In both her own work and in the classroom Brooke’s passions lie in combining engineering and science with visual art and design.

In addition to running the Makers Workshop Educational programs Brooke hosts Brooke Makes It on the Makers Workshop Youtube Channel. 

Sid Salunkhe

Sid has a Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Tech and got very involved with the maker community there. His specialties are in electronics, software engineering and CNC equipment including laser cutters, CNC routers and 3D printers. He particularly enjoys learning new design softwares for all the machines.

Sid likes to contribute to the design work the space needs – whether it be smaller laser cut files for using scrap wood, or making furniture on the CNC.

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Our Members

Makers Workshop wouldn’t be the same without our members.  Our members form a fantastic community of makers and are always willing to help each other out and share a vast multitude of knowledge and skillsets with each other.  Together we can build anything.