Column Charts are usually used to show a value (or values) changing in dependence on time or another discrete value. Stacked setting means that it is important to show that all series' values for each point makes up a whole. Three-dimensionality is only a visual setting and it has nothing to do with the chart data.
However, it is always possible to create a new way of using a chart type. For example, this chart demonstrates different types of coffee being prepared. Those coffee types are represented as categories along the X-Axis, the ingredients are series and the portions of ingredients are shown on the Y-Axis. You can see how each type of coffee should be prepared, so each time you will be making coffee, use this coffee tutorial and soon you will become a Master of Coffee!
The legend on the chart is enabled, so switch the series on and off if necessary. Each tooltip shows the amount of each ingredient put in the cup of coffee. 3D holds no additional information as it is a visual setting only.