• MMS Youtube
  • MMS Facebook
  • MMS Linkedin
  • MMS Twitter
10/15/2019

DP Technology Launches Redesigned Esprit CAM Website

Facebook Share Icon LinkedIn Share Icon Twitter Share Icon Share by EMail icon Print Icon

“We want users to get a better sense of who we are as a company and what they can expect when they work with us,” says Kori Sato, who led the redesign efforts.

Share

Facebook Share Icon LinkedIn Share Icon Twitter Share Icon Share by EMail icon Print Icon

DP Technology has redesigned Esprit CAM system’s website, espritcam.com. Completed in house by DP Technology’s marketing team, the new design is expected to bring big benefits to website visitors. The updated website includes an up-to-date layout and improved navigation, making it easier for visitors to quickly find the information they need. 

“Our previous website served us well, but we’re always searching for ways to improve both in design and user experience,” says Kori Sato, director of marketing. “We want users to get a better sense of who we are as a company and what they can expect when they work with us. Even though we specialize in demanding machining applications, we’re also approachable and personable, and we value connections.” 

The new website also features custom translations in three languages with plans to add seven additional languages by the end of 2019. “We’re an international company with customers and offices around the world, so using automated translations wasn’t an option,” says Sato. “Instead, we chose to have the new site copy manually translated by native speakers.”

In addition to improving the way visitors interact with the website, DP Technology hopes the updated design will improve search engine performance.

RELATED CONTENT

  • The Changing Face Of CNC Programming

    The Future of Machining - 2005 Efforts to create a CNC-usable product data model are inching forward, but in the meantime, advances in CAM software will make the programmer's job function super-efficient rather than superfluous.

  • Interpolating Curves

    The ability to import complex curves into CNCs promises to let shops finally get beyond old limitations imposed by contouring with linear interpolation. Faster and smoother cutting will be the result.

  • Hard Milling Isn’t Just High Speed Machining

    Milling complex forms in hardened tool steel involves more than just fast, light cuts, says this maker of medical-related injection molds. Here are some of the ingredients of an effective hard milling process.

Resources

Thanks for considering a subscription to Modern Machine Shop. We’re sorry to see you go, but if you change your mind, we’d still love to have you as a reader. Just click here.