What People are Saying
“When I saw [the WorkBench], it was a no brainer. I was buying it.
I will probably hang this on my wall, because this is just so cool. I’m going to put this on display.
It’s very easy to use. Everything just clicks in.
I’m just super happy I bought this. I can’t say enough about it.”
— SEAN B, MAKER AND IT PROFESSIONAL
EE Journal recognized the Phase Dock WorkBench (previously called the “Pro3”) in their “Editors’ Choice” article.
“The first time I saw the WorkBench, I knew immediately it had great potential for STEM education. Now that I have my own, I can’t believe how flexible it is for Makers too”
— DAN B., @EDTECHMAKER, STEM EDUCATOR, MAKER AND MAKER SPACE HONCHO
“Trust me folks this is worth the money I have a unit and it is wonderful and makes my projects look great.” (O7/2019)
“I have been lucky enough to get my hands on the Pro3 EcoSystem [WorkBench]. The layout and ease of mounting the micro controllers is great. I have an Arduino with a dr.duino board mounted and a LCD display mounted on a blank mounting frame . The project is clean looking and looks professional. Thank You Chris for giving me the chance to try your product. Keep up the good work.” (09/2018)
— FRED W., MAKER AND WORKBENCH OWNER/USER SINCE SEPT 2018
“In the past few weeks, I have used the PhaseDock [WorkBench] a lot while working on an IoT contract. The executive summary: It does exactly what it is supposed to do. Makes prototyping truly presentable. ”
— CHRISTIAN H., PROFESSIONAL CONSULTING ENGINEER, EEPROTO.COM
“I recently purchased your product at Maker Faire and I seriously love it! It will be part of a larger project I am going to start soon for the purpose of general greenhouse plant care. Light, humidity, soil moisture, etc. Phase Dock is going to be a huge help here because of the tall clear cover that will protect the electronics we are going to be using.”
— HAYLEY C., PLANT HACKER AND MARKETING MANAGER
"...the fit [of the WorkBench 1107] in the BUD case is perfect. I'm excited about the ability to remove the assembly from the case and bring it out to my workbench. I usually have to bring the robot inside to my bench and plug a few cables into it for programming. Now I can just lift the board out and bring it in."
— WALKER A., ROBOTICIST