These companies have been instrumental in making Isaac's wish a reality through their donations of materials and services to the project. A special thanks from Isaac and Make A Wish goes out to their donations.

Cameron Smith, president of Product Creation Studio designed the workbench. The designers at PCS created sketches, illustrations and animations for Isaac to see during development. Engineers took the design and created documentation needed for fabrication. Final assembly of the workbench is being done at Product Creation Studio.


QuickParts, a division of 3D Systems, machined the aluminum legs overseas and shipped them to Seattle for finishing and assembly.


NIC Global is fabricating the three steel bins for the workbench. Starting with the 3D CAD data, they laser cut sheet steel, formed the bins, welded and cleaned the seams and powder coated the bins.


The Manufacturing Technology group at Shoreline Community College machined the aluminum bin frames and tilt mechanism. Shoreline also machined Isaac's logo in 3D. 


Northrup Case milled the workbench rails from a single piece of hardwood lumber.


GM Nameplate laminated the Thomas the Train graphic on one of the workbench tops and created stickers of Isaac's logo so he could put them on toys he creates.


Alaskan Copper supplied Shoreline CC the aluminum bar stock needed for the bin frames and tilt mechanism.


Pioneer Metal Finishing anodized the aluminum legs, bin frames and tilt mechanism.


Cardinal Industrial Finishes supplied the powder coating paint for the workbench bins.


Crosscut Hardwood secured the plywood needed for the workbench tops.


SanJamar supplied the small storage containers used in the workbench center bin and the removable bin.


RocketDog created the logo for Isaac's Workbench.


Lego supplied the Lego plates used in one of the workbench tops.


Thomas and Friends supplied the graphic of Sodor Island used in one of the workbench tops.