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General Meeting @ The O'Town Garage
May 19 @ 18:00 – 19:00

A part from your busy schedule, the general meeting is here to give you all the updates.

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General Meeting @ The O'Town Garage
Jun 2 @ 18:00 – 19:00

A part from your busy schedule, the general meeting is here to give you all the updates.

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General Meeting @ The O'Town Garage
Jun 16 @ 18:00 – 19:00

A part from your busy schedule, the general meeting is here to give you all the updates.

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General Meeting @ The O'Town Garage
Jun 30 @ 18:00 – 19:00

A part from your busy schedule, the general meeting is here to give you all the updates.

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General Meeting @ The O'Town Garage
Jul 14 @ 18:00 – 19:00

A part from your busy schedule, the general meeting is here to give you all the updates.

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General Meeting @ The O'Town Garage
Jul 28 @ 18:00 – 19:00

A part from your busy schedule, the general meeting is here to give you all the updates.

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General Meeting @ The O'Town Garage
May 5 @ 18:00 – 19:00
A part from your busy schedule, the general meeting is here to give you all the updates.
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General Meeting 18:00
General Meeting @ The O'Town Garage
May 19 @ 18:00 – 19:00
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The Makers

A place to experiment, learn, meet and create.

The O’Town Garage is a makerspace located in Odense. Our goal is to create and continue a shared space for collaborative technical and artistic experimentation within Robotics, Woodwork, Design, Development and Sewing.

It is a movement, because it implies a centralised political or unifying ideology. With the main focus of embracing the diversity of backgrounds, genders and ages, the garage will become the umbrella under which you can find: hobbyist pursuits, science education and geeky/techy subculture experiments. ”Maker” is not only about tools and craft, it is also about creativity and knowledge. And what by now was known as a small subset of people who makes things, is about to become a real ‘Movement’ with the purpose of reminding that ”Making is Uniquely Human”.

Our goal is simple When it comes to tools, this is be the place to be. When it comes to creative people, we are the place to search through. When it comes to exciting workshops, we are the one hosting it.

The Space

Learn

Learn at our workshops. Collaborate with others on different projects. Electronics, programming, metal and wooden works, etc. Learn how to use tools, from small electronic gadgets, 3d printed accessories to big industrial machinery. We have people with a lot of experience in different fields, and they would gladly share their knowledge.

Make

Always had a dream about making your own shelf from scratch? Or maybe test out an idea for a product? Or maybe want to help repair ruined clothes before tossing it? No matter if you need a drill, a welder, 3D printer or a sewing machine, our garage is equipt for people who love to build things. We also welcome if you already have an equipment - or an idea for one - to bring into the garage.

Meet

Our community is open to everyone, from biologists to programmers, engineers, students, entrepreneurs, teachers, electronics geeks, barbeque chefs and many more. No matter what background you have, we want to represent a mixture of different kinds of people in our community. In here you will also meet members that will greet you with open arms and a lot of motivation to learn and share.

Share

Our mission is that the garage is a place for learning and sharing with each other. By creating workshops and projects it will be possible for members to both learn something new or host their own workshop or event. We welcome new and creative ideas, so don’t hesitate to reach us, if you have an idea on your mind.

Workshops

Along with facilitating different workshops (woodwork, metal work, diy sustainable projects, bio-hacks, 3D furniture modeling and printing, software development, laser cutting etc.), we are bridging the gap between women and technology. University of Southern Denmark professor Erik Rasmussen said about the crucial importance of  OTG:

‘’The O’Town Garage is also an example of the importance of informal networks for the creation of entrepreneurial ecosystems. The entrepreneurs grow from being members of a Community of Practice in an ecosystem. Members create new ideas through shared passion and interests, and it enables ‘know-what’, ‘know-how’ and ‘know-who’ at the same time.’’


We facilitate the type of networking that cannot be otherwise seen in the universities, workspaces or bars. Since there are no filters to whom can join (beside age), we became a hotspot for unconventional networking and idea generation. 

Come And Visit!