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Status active
Country Norway
City Oslo

Date of founding


Last Updated 2016-07-02



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Pløens gate 4

Number of members


Membership fee

500 NOK for active members, 300 NOK for supporting members. Everyone, member or not, is welcome

Size of rooms


Location 59° 54' 53", 10° 45' 2"
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Bitraf is Oslo's largest hackerspace, and the only one which is open to anyone, every day of the week. Our target market is people who are interested in programming, digital art, free software and/or electronics.

We have separate rooms for electronics work, fabrication, watching movies, and rentable office space. Our fabrication tools include a lathe, a small milling machine, a ShopBot (large milling machine), a reflow oven, and several 3D printers.

You can work on your own projects in a social setting, organize or attend a workshop, take part in a game jam, hackathon, or bug squashing party. We also offer workspaces for freelancers and startups that would like to work in such an environment.

Bitraf is an actocracy; they that do — rule. If you would like to organize an event, build something or improve upon the space, just do so.

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