Additive Manufacturing at Midwest Prototyping

This August, eight teams will see what’s possible in 48 hours thanks to Midwest Prototyping.


Midwest Prototyping will serve as the competition’s Challenge Sponsor this summer at the first Make48 event in Badger country. Outdoor play will be the challenge, and The Bodgery will host the Madison, Wisconsin event August 12 -14 where the winning team will advance to compete at the national competition in 2022.


With SIX additive manufacturing processes, Midwest Prototyping has been a manufacturing leader since 2001. From complex intricate designs to rapid manufacturing, Midwest Prototyping can create anything from individual components to show quality production models.


“Having just celebrated our 20 year anniversary in the 3D printing space, we are well aware that early access to these powerful technologies and more importantly the design thinking that empowers people to leverage them, has the potential to shape a better future for all of us. We are honored to sponsor the Make48 Madison challenge and are excited to see the inventions that will come from it,” Steve Grundahl, President, Midwest Prototyping.


Listed on Inc Magazine's list of 5,000 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America last year, Midwest Prototyping can help speed up the design and/or build process by creating form and fit models while you wait for your long-lead-time end-use parts to be made. Being a leading force in the rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing industry, Midwest Prototyping utilizes and integrates advanced 3D printing technologies.


In recent years, Midwest Prototyping has shifted from prototyping to production and became the first independent additive manufacturing service bureau to become ISO 9001:2015 certified and AS9100 D:2016 certification for aerospace manufacturing. With two locations (Madison, WI and Westminster, CO), their offices have a dedicated and hardworking team of individuals who have the necessary skills and knowledge to get the job done right. Visit their website to learn more at https://midwestproto.com





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