Quickparts.com Offers Real-Time Order Status and Shipment Tracking for Rapid Prototypes

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Quickparts.com today announced the deployment of patent-pending technology which enables customers to track their order status and shipments, in real-time, for all Rapid Prototyping projects (SLA, SLS, FDM) directly on Quickparts.com.

Quickparts.com, the leading provider of custom-manufactured plastic and metal parts from rapid prototypes to low-volume quickturn injection molding, today announced the deployment of patent-pending advanced technology which enables Quickparts customers to track their order status and shipments, in real-time, for all Rapid Prototyping projects, including Stereolithography (SLA), Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), and Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), directly on Quickparts.com.

The new ‘Check Order Status’ feature is available for users immediately after logging in to Quickparts’ proprietary QuickQuote™ system. The Order Status is updated in real-time, providing customers a direct link to the shop floor. All prototype orders placed in the previous 90 days are presented and sorted by Quote Code. Once a project has shipped, Quickparts’ customers have the ability to track FedEx and UPS shipments directly through the Quickparts Order Tracking System.

“Customers asked for it and we listened. By adding the new Order Status and shipment tracking feature, we have empowered our customers by providing them with the ability to learn the real-time status of their order, and track their shipment at the push of a button.” said Mark Mackie, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Quickparts.

The new feature has been implemented for all Rapid Prototyping orders (SLA, SLS, FDM). Quickparts plans to add similar functionality for Cast Urethanes, CNC Machining, Sheet Metal Prototypes, and QuickTurn Injection Molding later this year.

About Quickparts

Quickparts is the leading supplier of rapid prototypes (SLA, SLS, FDM), cast urethanes, quickturn injection mold tooling and parts, sheet metal prototypes, metal castings, and CNC machined parts. Quickparts users can receive prototypes and production parts designed in any major 3D CAD system including SolidWorks, Autodesk Inventor, AutoCAD, Pro/E, Unigraphics, Mechanical Desktop, CATIA, Rhino, and IronCAD.

By analyzing the part’s 3D geometry, Quickparts is able to provide users with an ‘instant quote’ for the manufacture of their parts. Since the company’s introduction in 2000, Quickparts.com has earned the business of over 3,000 customers, has delivered more than 90,000 quotes, and currently has a registrant base of over 15,000. For more information about Quickparts, please visit http://www.Quickparts.com or call (404) 303-6612.


Sameer Vachani

Director of Marketing

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