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  From our centrally located facility in northern Illinois which is staffed with numerous experienced custom cabinetmakers to our finish shop with its own environmentally controlled facility to our metal shop with precision machinery for welding, cutting, and milling capabilities, Proto Productions is prepared to fabricate all basic and complex structural elements of a museum exhibit.

In addition, Proto has expertise in plastic fabrication, photo-screen printing, and graphic output. Proto can engineer and fabricate simple and state of the art mechanical and electrical interactive displays, set up and specify audio components, create electronic circuits, using low and high voltage power systems, interface systems, and provide controls for various exhibit needs, including lighting and audiovisual systems.

The Proto team's vast experience enables us to work closely with the client's team to assure a project is successful in all aspects. Because we are sensitive to the importance of the projects, we approach all with a dedication to excellence. Not only is Proto prepared to collaborate and develop solutions in conjunction with your client's team, but our staff's creative spirit often opens up solutions that have not previously been imagined by others. Our experience enables us to rapidly and efficiently discern where, when and how to achieve the most innovative solutions.

Proto's thirty-five years in the museum exhibit fabrication business has allowed us to apply our talent in organization, administration, and value-added engineering to fabricate exhibits of the highest quality and conform to designer's intent within the scope of financial and scheduling concerns. The sophistication and elegance of these solutions carry through even to the simplest aspects of Proto's work, while helping to finalize and fabricate exhibitions that meet the exacting requirements of the museum planners and designers.

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