We’re so glad you’ve created your shop profile! Read on to learn more and how to make yours the best possible!
Create Your Shop Profile
View Your Shop
There are two ways to view your Shop Profile!
The first way is to sign in to your Shop Profile dashboard. Then, click the dropdown menu and press the "View My Profile" button. This will bring you to your current Shop Profile.
The other way is through signing into your Job Board. From the side navigation, click on the "Marketplace Tools" dropdown and click "View Your Profile". This will also bring you to your current shop profile!
Edit Your Shop
To edit your Shop Profile click the "Edit Profile" button in the top right. Once you click this button you will be able to edit your profile.
You will then be brought to the page shown below. From here you have the ability to make changes to any of the open fields.
Include all of your shop's information in the fields below. Shop information is displayed in search results for potential customers.
Shop address information helps customers find your shop when they search by distance.
Shop branding helps customers get to know your shop better. Your shop logo will be used in automated email communications, and your shop banner image will be the most prominent image on your public profile. Your showcase gallery displays the images that you want to feature on your profile (parts, machines, etc.), as shown below.
- Logo - JPG, GIF, or PNG. Max size of 800KB.
- Banner - JPG, GIF, or PNG. Max size of 800KB.
- Showcase Gallery - JPG, GIF, or PNG. Max size of 800KB.
Shop categories are a way for customers to understand what you do best. The more information you provide, the more likely your shop will appear in a wide variety of search results.
You are also encouraged to tell us your shop type, this helps customers find the specific shop types they are looking to work with and ensures you get the most relevant work possible!
The different shop type options are:
- Job Shop - A manufacturing service such as a machine shop that focuses on high-mix, shorter-run parts, and low-volume production.
- Production Shop - A manufacturing service that focuses on serialized production of parts and recurring work.
- Service Bureau - A manufacturing service that provides a mix of capabilities that can include 3D printing services.
- Finishing Services - A service provider of post finishing and secondary operations for manufactured goods made elsewhere.
- Contract Manufacturer - A manufacturing, engineering, and assembly service that partners with customers to produce turn-key goods.
- Engineering and Design Services - A company providing drafting, engineering, reverse engineering, or product development services.