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  • Staff photo by Bob Hammerstrom


    Mariah Bush, center, and Erica Clifford look for cover as Paul Hardin uses a hole saw to open the top of a pumpkin at Make It Labs on Thursday, October 27, 2011, in Nashua. Make It Labs is an "open access workspace" known to some as a "hackerspace" where people can share tools and knowledge to build things. The non-profit organization opened in 6,000 square feet of former factory space in the Crown Hill neighborhood in June.


  • Staff photo by Bob Hammerstrom


    Mariah Bush, center, and Erica Clifford look for cover as Paul Hardin opens the top of a pumpkin with a hold saw at Make It Labs Thursday, October 27, 2011, in Nashua. MakeItLabs is an "open access workspace" known to some as a "hackerspace" where people can share tools and knowledge to build things. The non-profit organization opened in 6,000 square feet of former factory space in the Crown Hill neighborhood in June.
  • Staff photo by Bob Hammerstrom


    Stephen Abodeely, right, and Mariah Shrey look on as her husband, Adam uses a laser to design a pumpkin at Make It Labs Thursday, October 27, 2011, in Nashua.


  • Staff photo by Bob Hammerstrom


    Paul Hardin of Lowell was the holder as Adam Shrey of Hudson used a reciprocating saw to open a pumpkin at Make It Labs Thursday, October 27, 2011, in Nashua.


  • Staff photo by Bob Hammerstrom


    A group designs a pumpkin face to be cut with a laser at Make It Labs Thursday, October 27, 2011, in Nashua.
Friday, October 28, 2011

Nashua group goes to new, technical lengths to carve pumpkins

Paul Hardin, of Lowell, Mass., was the holder as Adam Shrey, of Hudson, used a reciprocating saw to open a pumpkin at MakeItLabs in Nashua on Thursday. MakeItLabs is a nonprofit “open access workspace” where people can share tools and knowledge to build things. The organization opened in 6,000 square feet of former factory space in the Crown Hill neighborhood in June.