Welcome to Omega Verksted, a maker-/hackerspace fueled by student-driven innovation and creativity. Located in the heart of NTNU's old electrical department building at Gløshaugen in Trondheim Norway, Omega Verksted is a hub for students of all backgrounds to learn, experiment, and collaborate on electronics, computer science, and general maker projects.
At Omega Verksted, we provide students with access to a variety of tools and equipment, including 3D-printers, laser cutter, soldering equipment, sewing/embroidering machines, hand tools, and tools for woodworking and metalworking. Our space is designed to facilitate hands-on learning, and we believe that the best way to learn is by doing.
As a student-led maker-/hackerspace, Omega Verksted offers a unique environment for collaboration and innovation. Our community is passionate about exploring new ideas and pushing the boundaries of what's possible. Whether you're a seasoned maker or just starting out, you'll find a welcoming and supportive community at Omega Verksted.
So if you're a student looking to dive into the world of making, come join us at Omega Verksted. Let's create something amazing together! OV membership is open to all students.
For more information about the group of volunteers running the workshop and how to join that, see OV-Styret.
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