Sodick Launches New Website

Sodick, Inc., a manufacturer of EDM technology and high speed mills has launched a new website at www.sodick.com.

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The new website incorporates a fresh modern look and has upgraded features and information.“The new website has many features which will enable our visitors browsing experience to be much more positive and informative”, said Isabel Florence, Marketing Manager.  The new website features detailed product information, support information and company information.  

Visitors can now request training or support via forms on the new website under the support tab.  They can also request literature or a quote.  

“All our machines unique features are also explained in detail so that customers can get to know the kinds of technology that is available to them through Sodick”, Florence added.  This feature is located under the technology tab.

Sodick also features recommended machines by industry, a consumables section and news room where visitors can find all the latest company press releases, videos, case studies and a photobook of all Sodick’s events.

Another unique feature Sodick added to the site is the new Members Area.  This is for Sodick customers, so that they can log in and download all the latest information from the Support or Applications departments, get the latest memos, ask questions to specific departments and stay up to date with company information and announcements.

“This is a great starting point for Sodick and I hope to grow the website and add many more features in the future to help visitors get the information they need in a clear and concise way, I am already working on a few additions to the site that should be available in a couple of months, so stay tuned” said Florence.

Sodick Inc., established in 1976, has sold over 50,000 EDMs worldwide and has had over 25,000 linear motor EDM deliveries.  Sodick machines are used for the production of dies and molds and other various applications that cannot be produced by standard machining methods.  Sodick has three ISO certified manufacturing facilities with over 3,100 employees worldwide and technical centers located in Chicago, New Jersey and California.  

 

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