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Prototek formally absorbs four prominent business units

Sac EDM & Waterjet, Inc., Midwest Prototyping, ProtoCAM, and Prototype Solutions Group now all fall under the Prototek brand

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Prototek, a digital manufacturing firm with headquarters in New Hampshire, USA, has formally absorbed four prominent business units – Sac EDM & Waterjet, Inc., Midwest Prototyping, ProtoCAM, and Prototype Solutions Group – under the Prototek brand. Prototek is now a one-stop shop for digital manufacturing services with locations spanning the United States. The merger of these state-of-the-art companies enhances Prototek’s ability to deliver unparalleled solutions and uphold the highest quality standards for its customers.

The decision to consolidate stems from Prototek’s commitment to meeting the evolving needs of its customers and prospects. By combining the strengths of the acquired companies, Prototek aims to offer a faster, seamless, and comprehensive suite of digital manufacturing services, including AM, CNC and sheet metal manufacturing, and wire and sinker EDM machining.

“This strategic move allows us to provide an even broader range of solutions to our valued customers. Our hands-on approach, combined with our clients’ vision, enables us to create intelligent solutions from innovation to scale. Clients can trust that our process and quality remain unmatched in the industry,” said Bill Bonadio, CEO of Prototek.


Prototek, along with its acquired companies, maintains a hands-on approach – prioritizing innovation and delivering high-quality, agile results across industries.

Sac EDM & Waterjet, Inc. specializes in Waterjet, Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM), and CNC machining – offering state-of-the-art production and quality control equipment; Midwest Prototyping is a key player in on-demand additive manufacturing – catering to sectors such as aerospace, automotive, consumer products, medical, and design firms; ProtoCAM provides additive manufacturing services – collaborating with engineers on methods and materials; and Prototype Solutions Group combines the latest technologies with industry knowledge and experience to offer 3D printing, CNC machining, urethane casting, laser cutting, engraving, and finishing for rapid prototyping, detailed visual models, and low-volume production.

Prototek assures current customers and stakeholders a seamless transition – emphasizing that the level of service and quality will either remain the same or improve with the expanded offerings. The company has reportedly heavily invested in quality control measures and processes to meet customer expectations and align with evolving industry practices.

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