Midwest Prototyping Specializes in On-Demand Additive Manufacturing

You create solutions for the future. Let Midwest Prototyping manufacture them. We have over 40 machines and offer over 40 materials. We look forward to getting your ideas made.

Midwest Prototyping Specializes in On-Demand Additive Manufacturing

We specialize in on-demand digital manufacturing for both prototyping and end-use products. Here at Midwest Prototyping, you’ll find industrial 3D printing and Cast Urethane operations. We have over 40 machines and offer over 40 materials.

Welcome to Midwest Prototyping, a Prototek Company

Midwest Prototyping, a Prototek Company, is a leading on-demand digital manufacturer specializing in additive manufacturing, while Prototek specializes in traditional manufacturing. Our capabilities allow our customers to streamline their design process, create an agile supply chain, and scale their business. We take pride in providing the very best solutions, not just parts, for our clients. Let us know when you’re ready to get your ideas made.

Midwest Prototyping creates parts from cad files
Midwest Prototyping creates parts from cad files

What additive manufacturing capabilities do we offer at Midwest Prototyping, a Prototek Company?

To fulfill our clients’ prototype and production needs, we have invested in a variety of industrial 3D printing technologies and materials

Compare materials to find the right fit for your next project.

The Process at Midwest Prototyping, a Prototek Company

1. Quote

Upload a CAD file and your project details to get a quote.

2. Production

Once the project specifications have been established and the quote is accepted, our team starts production.

3. Quality Control

When the part has been completed and finished, it passes through quality control.

4. Delivery

After your part goes through quality control, our team ships the part(s) to you.

Additive manufacturing solutions for your business.

Everything starts as an idea. Midwest Prototyping works with engineers and product developers across many industries to get their ideas made

If you have questions about our processes or materials, email one of our Solutions Managers. 

Midwest Prototyping works with the Aerospace and Defense industry.
Midwest Prototyping works with the Aerospace and Defense industry.
Midwest Prototyping works with the Aerospace and Defense industry.
Midwest Prototyping works with the Aerospace and Defense industry.
Midwest Prototyping works with the Aerospace and Defense industry.
Midwest Prototyping works with the Aerospace and Defense industry.

Aerospace and Defense

Aerospace was one of the first industries to adopt 3D printing.  Engineers and designers recognized digital manufacturing’s role in speedily creating lightweight geometrically complex parts and part consolidation.  3D printed components can be used for design models and validation, customization, and fly-away production parts.  The Aerospace and Defense industries use digitally manufactured parts for wind tunnel models, prototyping, fixtures, guides, templates, gauges, FST-rated interior components, etc.  

For Quality Assurance, Midwest Prototyping is AS9100 D Certified.

Most Common Technologies

Laser Sintering     |    Multi Jet Fusion     |    Stereolithography     |    Fused Filament Fabrication     |     Cast Urethane

A few Common Applications

Prototyping

Concept Models

Wind Tunnel Testing

End-Use Parts

Jigs and Fixtures

Drones

UAVs

Fuel Pumps

Sensors

Manifolds

Turbo Pumps

Liquid and Gas Flow

Fuel Nozzles

Electrical Housings

Midwest Prototyping works with the Automotive industry.
Midwest Prototyping works with the Automotive industry.
Midwest Prototyping works with the Automotive industry.
Midwest Prototyping works with the Automotive industry.
Midwest Prototyping works with the Automotive industry.
Midwest Prototyping works with the Automotive industry.

Automotive

Quickly think of as many makes and models of automobiles that you can in 30 seconds. I bet you came up with quite a list. Each one of those vehicles has hundreds of custom parts specific to that make, model, and year. Suppose you are an engineer for a major vehicle manufacturer or OEM supplier needing prototypes and low to medium-volume production. In that case, digital manufacturing is an ideal solution with reduced lead times, no tooling cost, and lower cost per part.

Most Common Technologies

A few Common Applications

  Prototyping

  Concept Models

  Wind Tunnel Testing

  End-Use Parts

  Jigs and Fixtures

  Replacement Parts

  Custom Parts

  Lens and Light Covers

  Dashboard Components

  Safety Equipment Parts

  Fluid and Gas Flow Testing

  Battery Compartments

  E-bike to Motorcycle Components

  Snowmobile, ATV, UTV Components

Midwest Prototyping works with Consumer industry.
Midwest Prototyping works with Consumer industry.
Midwest Prototyping works with Consumer industry.
Midwest Prototyping works with Consumer industry.

Consumer Products

From scoring the winning touchdown to running that extra mile, from making a smoothie to reading a book with those perfectly fitted glasses, digital manufacturing can play a role in all. Football, hockey, and biking (pedal and motor) are just a few sports that use 3D-printed parts in helmets, padding, and even the soles of shoes—consumer appliances such as blenders, headphones, refrigerators, and many more house digitally manufactured components. The possibilities are endless.

Most Common Technologies

Laser Sintering     |     Multi Jet Fusion     |     Stereolithography     |     Digital Light Processing  

A few Common Applications

  Prototyping

 Concept Models

  Wind Tunnel Testing

  End-Use Parts

  Jigs and Fixtures

Phone Cases 

  Eye Glasses

  Toys

  Electrical Housings

  Sporting Equipment

  Kitchen Appliances

  Power Tools

  Home Electronics

  Home Security 

Midwest Prototyping works with Medical industry.
Midwest Prototyping works with Medical industry.
Midwest Prototyping works with Medical industry.
Midwest Prototyping works with Medical industry.

Dental, Medical, and Sciences

Additive manufacturing is used for medical devices, from operating tools to bedside monitors to pre-surgical models. It is also used in prosthetics, custom joint replacements, and dentures. Medicine and the medical industry can benefit significantly from the ability of 3D printing to accommodate mass customization and complex parts and assemblies that can’t be made any other way.

Most Common Technologies

Laser Sintering     |    Stereolithography     |    Fused Filament Fabrication     |     Material Jetting     |     Cast Urethane

A few Common Applications

 Prototyping

Concept Models

Wind Tunnel Testing

End-Use Parts

Jigs and Fixtures

Surgical Instruments 

Prosthetics

Dental Implants

Lab Equipment

Hearing Aids

Medical Simulation

Ventilators 

Injury Brace

Medical Models

Midwest Prototyping works with design firms
Midwest Prototyping works with design firms
Midwest Prototyping works with design firms
Midwest Prototyping works with design firms

Design Firms

You never know when a great idea will strike. People come up with brilliant new ideas and improvements to existing products, and most don’t know how to make those concepts a reality.  Design firms are the next step; they take ideas, put them on paper, and create CAD files.  We work with design firms to make their digital models into physical prototypes.  When ready to move on to the next step, Midwest can transition to full-scale production of your parts. 

Most Common Technologies

Laser Sintering     |     Multi Jet Fusion     |     Stereolithography     |     Digital Light Processing 

A few Common Applications

 Prototyping

Concept Models

Wind Tunnel Testing

End-Use Parts

Jigs and Fixtures

Any Industry 

Most Products

Companies choose us for high-quality parts done fast

Midwest Prototyping and Prototek work with these companies
Midwest Prototyping and Prototek work with these companies
Midwest Prototyping and Prototek work with these companies
Midwest Prototyping and Prototek work with these companies
Midwest Prototyping and Prototek work with these companies
Midwest Prototyping and Prototek work with these companies
Midwest Prototyping and Prototek work with these companies
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