We gratefully acknowledge the following individuals, organizations and clubs who our sponsoring this event, providing support, time and above all, precious stuff (aka. junk) to make Techno-Swap-Fest a success:

National Electronics Museum, Linthicum, Maryland

From telegraph and radio to radar and satellites, the National Electronics Museum offers visitors free access to the electronic marvels that have helped to shape our country and our world. Located within minutes of Baltimore's BWI-Thurgood Marshall Airport and the BWI Rail Station, the museum offers a wide variety of both static and interactive displays, as well as a research library that is open to the general public, with holdings that focus on all aspects of electronics history.

Proudly listed in The Geek Atlas: 128 Places Where Science and Technology Come Alive

R/C Tank Combat Hobby
Annapolis, Maryland & Worldwide

The R/C Tank Combat hobby is dedicated to the battling of radio-controlled large-scale models of tanks, armored cars and artillery. All combat is waged using standard, readily available paintball equipment, allowing realistic and safe tactical battles.
Baltimore Node Hackerspace, Baltimore, Maryland

The Baltimore Node is a member-run space where people can hack, craft, and make interesting things in a supportive and collaborative environment. The Node follows the Hackerspace model that is flourishing in cities around the world, including New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Berlin, Sydney, and many more. Members receive 24/7 access to the space, which is stocked with shared and donated tools and equipment. In addition to the informal exchange of wisdom and experience that comes from simply working in a shared space, the Node sponsors regular workshops and events on a broad range of topics.

R2D2 Builders Club
, Washington, D.C. Area

R2DC is a gathering of fans who are in various stages in their pursuit to build an accurate replica of Star Wars most loved character: R2-D2. We meet periodically to have fun and exchange ideas on methods of building our droids. R2DC is an opportunity to get together in person and share techniques and ideas several times a year throughout the the Baltimore-Washington DC Metro Area.

Baltimore Hackerspace
, Baltimore, Maryland

Baltimore Hackerspace (formerly Harford Hackerspace) host weekly gatherings in the Baltimore, MD (21237) area. Our gatherings are very hands on. Our goal is to share our knowledge with each other in the areas of Electronics, Software Development, Mechanics, Science and more. We are always working on interesting projects like CNC Machines, Hover Crafts, Battle Bots, and Circuit Bending. Visit us at our next meeting by contacting info@baltimorehackerspace.com

Unallocated Space
, Severn, Maryland

Unallocated Space is a new Hackerspace, located in Severn Maryland, right near BWI. It offers a location between the cities for hackers and tinkerers alike to work on individual or group projects in an open knowledge environment.