Dakota Digital is the world's leading supplier of aftermarket Automotive and Motorcycle instrumentation! Our 40,000 square foot manufacturing facility is conveniently located near the center of the United States in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
Since its inception, Dakota Digital has been a leader in the development of exciting products for an exciting industry. Designing and manufacturing innovative products is our passion!
We've included a brief photo tour of our new facility. Please keep in mind that the most important part of our business isn't pictured - our customers. Stop and see us if you're ever in the neighborhood or have an opportunity to visit our booth at an event.
Our brand new 40,000 square foot state of the art manufacturing facility is located at:
4510 W. 61st St. N.
Sioux Falls, SD 57107
Ross Ortman, President and founder of Dakota Digital, is pictured in his office.
You can usually find him on the go, overseeing all aspects of the business.
Our highly skilled production crew handles the assembly and testing of every product.
Most every aspect of manufacturing is handled in-house to ensure stringent quality controls.
Our large shop area contains state of the art CNC milling centers and turning lathes along with various other metal fabricating equipment. Stacks of aluminum await their fate. We turn, mill and finish the instrument bezels and housings along with the other aluminum items we sell.
4'x8' capacity CNC router is utilized for processing HDPE and Polycarbonate plastics.
Much of the aluminum ends up "on the cutting room floor" as you can see from the chips in one of our machining centers.
Our printers makes high-resolution prints using various specialty inks.
To make the instrumentation lenses, plastic sheets are engraved and cut with precision lasers to ensure quality and accuracy in the manufacturing process. Most of our instrumentation uses a lens material with a scratch resistant coating, with many applications adding a non-glare finish.
The new Research and Development laboratory allows access to vehicles for extensive testing. The laboratory contains a four-post lift, in-ground dyno, climate chamber, rapid prototyping maching and a full complement of necessities.