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Tuesday, October 22 • 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Selling DIY Electronic Creations

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Have you ever had a design that you think others might like? Unsure how to go from a breadboard to selling online?

About this Event

Have you ever had a design that you think others might like? Unsure how to go from a breadboard to selling online? This panel discussion will have a number of makers who are have sold their creations online. The discussion will focus on kits and projects predominantly designed for the maker movement/education market.
Doors from 7pm and the panel starting at 7.30pm.


Brian Lough
Software developer and hobbyist hardware tinkerer. Makes YouTube videos on ESP8266/ESP32
YouTube: http://youtube.com/brianlough
Tindie: http://tindie.com/stores/brianlough
Twitter: https://twitter.com/witnessmenow

Robert Fitzsimons
Designer and maker of electronic devices, electronic fashion and wearables. Member of the Tog hackerspace.
YouTube: https://youtube.com/PartFusion
Tindie: https://www.tindie.com/stores/PartFusion/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/partfusion

Based in Dublin, makes a range of Infrared remote control modules for hobbyists & Pros alike. Also sells the leading application for analyzing and reverse engineering IR signals - AnalysIR. Designs and develops quality IR remote control products & prototypes for companies around the world. Currently, commissioning a pick and place machine for low volume SMD assembly for our own modules.
Website: https://www.analysir.com/blog/
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/AnalysIRchannel
Tindie: https://www.tindie.com/stores/analysir/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AnalysIR
More to follow

MC for the night
Jeffrey Roe
Engineer, current CEO of Tog Hackerspace. Chairperson of Young Engineers society in Engineers Ireland. Puts on Dublin Maker each July
This event is part of Techstars Startup Week™ Dublin powered by Dublin City Council brings entrepreneurs, innovators, local leaders, and friends together over five days to build momentum and opportunity around our community’s unique entrepreneurial and innovative identity. For other events on as part of the festival visit https://www.dublinstartupweek.com/

Tuesday October 22, 2019 7:00pm - 8:30pm IST
TOG Hackerspace