Engineering School-of-the-Streets

Contributors

In 2011, the BOOM was proud to be awarded a grant from the Black Rock Arts Foundation, non-profit entity of Burning Man.
In 2012, we received a grant from Hitachi Electronics.
Atmel Semiconductor donates microcontrollers to the BOOM. http://www.atmel.com
Molex Electronics donates electronic connectors to the BOOM. Molex is a manufacturer of electronic interconnectors. www.molex.com
Mackenzie Warehouse, Bayview, San Francisco. Mackenzie Warehouse donates auto parts to the BOOM.  http://www.mackenziewarehouse.com/
A52 Signs & Graphics, Bayview, San Francisco. A52 donates vehicle-wrap supplies and services to the BOOM. They also produce a range of indoor and outdoor signs. http://a52signs.com
MacBeath Hardwood Company, Bayview, San Francisco. Loved by fine crafts-people, MacBeath is committed to sustainable forest stewardship. http://www.macbeath.com
Level Construction Supply, Bayview, San Francisco. http://www.levelsupply.com
Gow Plumbing Supply, Bayview, San Francisco.
J & J Hardware is one of our favorite hardware stores in SF. They have a fantastic selection of pipe caps and couplings -- better than some of the bigger chains. Check 'em out! http://goo.gl/maps/t9Ifr
Sean O'Callaghan is the BOOM's MVP. Sean is an electronics genius and Class D amplifier designer. In addition to providing the BOOM with critical power-supply design, Sean personally donated an ammeter, oscilloscope, professional soldering station, and lithium ion batteries. THANK YOU SEAN! dawnofthecomputer@gmail.com