Steve Grundahl founded Midwest Prototyping back in 2001. Today they are one of the biggest private facilities in the United States for additive manufacturing of new physical products. Steve is also hosting the Wisconsin version of Make48 at their shop. Today Steve is going to share some valuable knowledge on how inventors, startups, and small manufacturers can use 3D printing and additive manufacturing to actually produce your first production runs, and the advantages of manufacturing this way.
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