Tag Archives: electronics

Everything TOG in September: crafting, coding, lock picking, book club, Culture Night

September Back to school and back to TOG this September… Our members are over in the UK for EMF camp, follow @tog_dublin on twitter for updates on how the camp is going. Lock Picking: Runs on Mondays, the 3rd and 17th of September at 7pm. Come down and try your hand at cracking open tumbler, […]

Welder repair

An ancient proverb says that power tool failures occur in threes. During the same week that the lathe motor burned out and the compressor wire meltdown has turned it into a scary noise machine, we also had a mysterious malfunction in one of our welders. It didn’t release any smoke, didn’t make weird noises. It […]

Electronic “Build-It” Workshop

*** just 2 places left *** Join us at TOG for an afternoon electronic “build-it” workshop. This is a quick introduction to electronics. Participants get to build and take home a small electronic kit, which we’ve chosen as a good basic introductory kit. The workshop is suitable for beginners to electronics. If you’ve never built […]

Electronics bootcamp SPACES open

We’re running our electronics bootcamp again. This event will take place over 5 weeks on Tuesday evenings at TOG, from 19:00 to 21:30. First session on Tuesday 9th August. This is a practical / hands-on introduction to electronics. Its suitable for beginners, as no previous knowledge is required. If you’re curious about electronics and don’t […]

Building it!

During this day-long workshop, you will be walked through the process of designing an interactive electronic device: from an initial idea right through to the working device. We will start off with a presentation covering the whole design process. Next we will demonstrate the necessary steps and tools in more detail. And last but not […]

TOG does Electronic Fashion

We will be holding two electronic fashion workshops over the weekend of Innovation Dublin week. These workshops will be hosted in our space on Arran Quay on Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th of October from 2pm to 6pm.