This site uses WooCommerce for some basic structure and styling. However, the client prefers to provide quotes over email or phone rather than to take orders directly from the website at this time. So the prices, cart, my account, etc. are disabled or hidden but can easily be enabled if the client wants to make that change in the future.
Many of the products are displayed in a page setting. This is for general info about various products/hardware types. For specific hardware parts, that have part numbers, and with specific specs, I used Toolset Types, Blocks/Views, and WooCommerce Views. The screenshot below is one example.
This is an ongoing project. We will be using Types to create custom post types for case studies, tech news, and video demos.