US manufacturing may be poised for an overhaul and a rebound, with a potentially significant impact on the nation’s overall economy. In the United States, manufacturing accounts for $2.3 trillion in GDP, employs 12 million people, and supports hundreds of local economies. Although that represents just 11 percent of US GDP and 8 percent of direct employment, the sector makes a disproportionate economic contribution, including 20 percent of the nation’s capital investment, 35 percent of productivity growth, 60 percent of exports, and 70 percent of business R&D spending.
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Manufacturer and retailer of premium military grade padlock systems made in the USA.
GoProto offers a broad assortment of additive manufacturing technologies, primarily focusing on multi-jet fusion, fused deposition modeling, selective laser sintering, stereolithography, and polyjet printing. The Company serves a diverse customer base across the medical, electronics, consumer, automotive, aerospace and defense, automation and industrial end markets, among others. GoProto specializes in additive manufacturing services, utilizing numerous in-house technologies to manufacture production-grade parts.
Distributor of premium residential and commercial flooring trims and transitions.
Established in 1977, HALCON is a leader in custom wood and executive-level tables, credenzas, and desks. With a culture of quality and innovation, the company’s portfolio features patented, award-winning furniture collections for today’s private office, open-plan, and collaborative spaces. HALCON’s range of sophisticated solutions elevate the worker experience with thoughtful and innovative details.
ProtoCAM, a premier industrial 3D printing company located in Allentown, Pa. ProtoCAM will merge into Midwest Prototyping, Prototek’s additive manufacturing arm acquired in July 2021.