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// Who We Are

To Be Innovative
You have to Work Smart

Founded in 2003 by the Folkestad Family, Creative Werks Inc. is an Electronic Engineering company at heart. Specializing in RF and Embedded Controls for Off-Highway and Utility vehicles we Design, Engineer, and Produce a wide variety of products all in-house in our Des Moines, IA facility.

What makes us completely unique to other companies in our industry is our use of a wide variety of tools on hand to create solutions for our customers. Along with our engineering team we have a full machine shop equipped with both 5-axis and 3-axis mills, dual spindle lathes equipped with bar feeders to meet manufacturing demands both big and small.

// Experience. Execution. Excellence.


Total Control

With full control of design, engineering and production we maintain exceptional quality throughout every step of the engineering process. 

Current Equipment :

  • HAAS VF4SS with 4th axis rotary 
  • HASS VF3SS with 5 axis trunnion table 
  • HAAS ST20Y with Dual spindles and live tooling and bar feeder 
  • HAAS ST20Y with live tooling and bar feeder 
  • HAAS TL2 Lathe 
  • Two Bridgeport manual mills
  • Dual SMT Pick and Place Machines 
// Innovation

The Future

Creative Werks Inc. has been about improving and innovating from day one. As technology improves around us at an impressive rate, we understand the necessity for companies to continually be improving upon their products as well. 

Looking for a basic controller?

We offer a selection of 4, 6 and 75 channel controllers off our shelf. Head over to our store to learn more.

// who we are

Our Team

Bob Folkestad


Britt Marolf

Engineering Director

Cris Folkestad


Preston Folkestad

Marketing & Design

Dan Francis

// In the News

Latest Awards & News

A Deep Dive into the 7.3L Godzilla with Bob Folkestad

I am writing about my story of the Ford 7.3L Godzilla engine and how I became involved in the project, along with other people, and companies I have worked with. With that, some of the successes and failures along the way. This leads into building a car called “Foxzilla” we built to test these engines in a real-world environment. I am not endorsing any companies and am trying to be as unbiased as possible, talking about facts with real data and real-life experience. 

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