Author Archives: robfitz

Science and Innovation

The upcoming Science Week and Innovation Dublin Festival represent a fantastic opportunity and an interesting challenge for TOG. With the week and festival running from the 7th-14th November and 10th-21st November respectively. We have an opportunity to run over two weeks of events. The challenge is what to fill the two weeks with. So we’re […]

Dublin 8 is Great!

Last Saturday, four TOG members participated in Dublin 8 is Great!‘s Pop Up Party by running tables on creating electronic bracelets and basic soldering. The party was organised by local teens with support from mentors, volunteers, and staff from The Computer Clubhouse, to thank the local kids for helping during the Big Clean earlier in […]

A new toy

Following on from my recent post and post on building a CNC router. We just received a new toy today. Many thanks to Anthony for giving TOG this old Contour Minor CNC Milling Machine. The mill is in good working order, though it does rely on some old MS-DOS based software (I’ve already checked that […]

CNC Router

If you’ve been following along very closely you’ll know I’ve been working on the design of a CNC Router for TOG. In recent weeks I’ve actual started experimenting and prototype some parts while collecting various materials, components and tools. The prototype is shown below.

The Renovation of TOG 2.0

August 1st was the two month anniversary of us receiving the keys to our new space on Chancery Lane. During these two months we’ve undertaken a huge amount of work renovating the building, making it habitable and suitable for our members and visitors. Below is a series of videos we’ve recorded since getting the keys […]

091 Labs Have a Space

Our friends in 091 Labs have just signed for there first space. This is great news we’re looking forward to seeing all the photos and videos of the new space, and were already starting plans on a visit, road trip.