The Orange County Accelerator offers below-market rate, individual, co-working spaces referred to as SMARTT PODS to qualified startups. (SMARTT stands for SUNY Manufacturing Alliance for Research and Technology Transfer, and PODS stands for Production on Demand Systems). Learn more about The Accelerator here.
Interested parties can inquire to see if they are a match for working with The Accelerator and eligible to be placed in a co-working space (see our form below).
The Accelerator also hosts on-site equipment funded by T-SEC. For instance, T-SEC funded the equipment for sewing and garment production (if interested in textile production, see our form below).
Their on-site Sewing Lab, located at their New Windsor campus, has digital pattern-making software known as Tukatech, and it is available to textile manufacturers, freelance pattern makers, independent fashion designers, etc. (if interested in scheduling time to work with the Tukatech CAD operator, see our form below).
A trained Tukatech operator is available to assist with pattern, grading, and marker-making needs.