New Website Makes Advanced Prototyping Technologies Available on Any Device

3-Dimensional Services Group, a leading functional prototype and low-volume production firm has launched a newly designed responsive website that makes 3-Dimensional’s prototyping capabilities available to engineers and product managers working on any device — mobile, tablet, or desktop.

The new site, with a cleaner layout and easy-to-use navigation, details the company’s core competencies and deliverables — functional prototypes, low-volume production and service/recall parts manufacturing. It also highlights the variety of manufacturing technologies and resources the company offers to its customers. They include virtually every manufacturing operation from stamping and fabricating to CNC machining and plastic injection molding. An in-depth presentation of the company’s capacity is also featured on the site. Those technologies run the gamut of manufacturing and include: fiber laser cutting and high-speed machining, as well as high-tonnage presses and a variety of wire and die sink EDM.

The site also provides users with detailed information on the variety of components and assemblies produced through a sampling of case studies that touch on virtually every industry. In addition it also provides a comprehensive contact form, a blog area to share information, as well as a direct “Request for Quote” to the company’s sales engineers.

The new site provides convenient access to a wide range of information sources, including videos and downloadable case studies.

“We wanted to create a platform from which our customers can benefit in their everyday work,” explains Keith Chene, 3-Dimensional Services Group, CFO, “For our customers, being close to our services and products is essential for ensuring smooth collaboration. Our new online presence improves access to that information.”

The 3-Dimensional Services Group, consisting of 3-Dimensional Services, Urgent Plastic Services, Urgent Design & Manufacturing and 3-Dimensional Services-Europe, has earned a reputation for building functional prototype parts and producing low-volume production parts 50 to 70% faster than conventional shops.