Join us for an exciting and educational Beginner Soldering Workshop! This workshop is designed for those who are new to the world of soldering and want to learn the basics. Whether you’re a DIY enthusiast, a maker, or simply curious about soldering, this workshop is perfect for you.
In this class, our experienced instructors will guide you through the process of soldering components onto a circuit board. You’ll learn about the different types of soldering tools, materials, and techniques. Our hands-on approach will allow you to practice what you’ve learned, so you can feel confident in your newly acquired skills.
You’ll start with the basics, such as how to properly use a soldering iron, and work your way up to soldering components onto a circuit board. You’ll leave this workshop with a fully functioning circuit of your own creation, a greater understanding of soldering, and a newfound sense of confidence.
Dublin Comic Con returns to the Convention Centre Dublin on March 9th and 10th. We will be there for the spring edition. This is Ireland’s leading pop culture event. An event for the whole family. Covering everything from movies/tv shows to comics, cosplay and gaming!
We will have a fan table onboth days. We are excited to showcase some cosplays that were built by our members. New sample projects to give everyone an idea of what can be built in our space. Please drop by and say hello.
You can find out more about the event via the following link.
Get ready for an exciting gathering of mechanical keyboard aficionados at Tog Hackerspace on Saturday, April 20th, 2024, starting at 3 pm. Whether you’re a seasoned keyboard veteran or just dipping your toes into the world of mechanical switches, this meetup is for you!
Address: Unit 1B Motor City, Kylemore Road, Dublin 12, D12 CF6V
If you would like to donate and support this meet up register through our Eventbrite page. Your generous donations will contribute to the success of future meetups and allow us to continue fostering a vibrant community of mechanical keyboard enthusiasts. A ticket is not required but it helps us plan.
Join us for an afternoon of keyboard exploration, where you can:
Keyboard Showcase: Bring your prized keyboards or simply come to admire the diverse range of setups on display. From vintage classics to custom builds, there’s something for everyone to marvel at.
Hands-On Experience: Test out different switches, keycaps, and layouts. Feel the tactile feedback, listen to the satisfying clicks, and discover which combination suits your typing style best.
Community Connection: Engage in lively discussions with fellow enthusiasts. Share your experiences, seek advice on your next build, or simply geek out over your favourite keycap profiles.
But wait, there’s more! After the meetup wraps up at 7 pm, stick around for Tog Hackerspace’s monthly Open Social Night. It’s the perfect opportunity to unwind, mingle with other members of the Tog community, and enjoy some refreshments.
You can also watch our own long-form video where we reflect on Tog in its current and former setting and talk a bit about what’s going on in our hackerspace.
We’d like to extend a big thank you to our member Morten Jakobsen for putting this video together. If you’d like to support him please give a follow on his socials. Links are on his website at jakeobsen.com
This exhibition invites us to reflect on the connection between ethnicity and our own ability to belong. The artwork is a collection of the artist’s digital and physical thought experiments that respond to familiar concepts of settling down and feeling at home: putting down roots, building a nest, and understanding one’s place through the embodiment of objects and actions found in folkloric and ethnic knowledge. These experiments of belonging are conducted in the context of life as an outsider, remaining unsettled, being neither here nor there.
Mixing moving image and audio pieces with objects that symbolise fragments of the artist’s ethnic identity, the artwork encourages to perceive ethnicity as a multilayered and intricate theme, and within this, consider the complexities of contemporary Irish identity and it being a worthwhile topic for exploration.