Category Archives: News

Accepted to Maker Faire UK

We are ecstatic to have been accepted to this year’s Maker Faire UK. The event takes place in Newcastle on Saturday / Sunday  27th/ 28th of April. This event back in 2011 got many of us in TOG interested in Maker Faires. It inspired us to go on and showcase our projects at two other Maker Faires,  Dublin and New York. We […]

Testwall Equipment Donation

Last week we collected some used electronics test equipment which was donated to TOG by Testwall. Testwall have an office and laboratory in Sandyford Industrial Estate in Dublin, where they sell and rent new and used test equipment, and provide repair and calibration services. From the photo you can see the large selection of test […]

World Maker Faire New York

We are delighted that two of our members have been accepted to showcase their projects at next months World Maker Faire.  Jeffrey and Robert will be bringing along projects they have worked on and a duck or two. World Maker Faire is very like our own Dublin Mini Maker Faire but on steroids with over 500 makers. […]

The Need for Speed

Fast internet has always been important at TOG. Our internet speed has been upgraded from 8Mb to 20Mb, now also allowing for truly unlimited downloads. As part of the changes we also changed landline number. If the space is open, before dropping in during the day, the landline can be used to check if it’s going to close […]

Lightbox Labs

TOG would like to welcome a new hackerspace to Ireland. Lightbox Lab is a new makerspace basied in Drogheda. Still in planing stages, they have hit the ground runing with a soldering workshop and an upcoming Python class. If you’re in the area drop by to one of their events.

Accepted to Dublin’s Mini Maker Faire

Just a quick update to let you all know that we have be accepted to take part in Dublin’s first Mini Maker Faire. We plan to bring our usual mix of interesting projects along with a host of new projects we are working on. Save the Date –  14th July, 2012 in the  Science Gallery, Trinity College […]