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At Midwest Composite Technologies (MCT), we partner with leading organizations to provide the best in 3D manufacturing, rapid prototyping, plastic and metal 3D printing, and on-demand production—all with an unrelenting focus on making our customers successful.

If you share our passion, consider joining our team. MCT is rapidly-growing, privately-held business headquartered in the Lake Country area of Waukesha County, Wisconsin. We offer competitive pay based on experience and qualifications. We have great benefits that include medical, dental, and vision insurance, 401(k) savings, and life insurance. MCT is a drug-free workplace and we require pre-employment screening.

Below is a link to the open positions currently available at MCT. To see details about each position, simply click the job title.

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About Midwest Composite Technologies, Inc.

MCT is a versatile, customer-oriented prototyping and modeling company with quick response times and quality work.

The ideal candidate for a job at Midwest Composite Technologies is a jack-of-all-trades, a problem solver who has experience in fabrication technology and is continuing to develop his or her skills and improve his or her knowledge of new fabrication technology.

Our customers depend on Midwest to turn projects around quickly. Employees must be reliable and efficient.

No two jobs are the same, and an employee must think about where a project is going and how best to get there. Flexibility and knowledge of different production techniques are important.

Technology is changing, and we must keep up with the times, but some tried-and-true manufacturing methods are still the best way to get the job done. Experience in a machine shop with CNC equipment is a plus.

The ideal candidate for a job at Midwest Composite Technologies is a jack of all trades. A problem solver who has experience in fabrication technology and is continuing to develop their skills and improve their knowledge of new fabrication technology.

Our customers depend on Midwest to turn projects around quickly. Employees have to be reliable and efficient.

No two jobs are the same and an employee has to think about where the project is going and how best to get there. Flexibility and knowledge of different production techniques are important.

Technology is changing and we have to keep up with the times, but some tried and true manufacturing methods are still the best way to get the job done. Experience in a machine shop with CNC equipment is a plus.

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