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Addaero Manufacturing receives Rev C Certification AS9100

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Addaero Manufacturing, a leader in the additive manufacturing space, received the AS9100 Rev C Certification. AS9100 is the internationally recognized Quality Management System standard specific to the aerospace, aviation and defense industries. The standard is strongly supported and adhered to by major aerospace OEMs and is being required by vendors within the supply chain on an increasing basis.

The majority of Addaero’s business is focused on aerospace and as more customers move to using AM for serial production the AS9100 certification becomes a requirement to ensure high quality. Addaero currently uses Electron Beam Melting from Arcam and produces flight-critical components with the Arcam A2X and Arcam Q20. AS9100C certification reflects Addaero’s commitment to meeting and exceeding the increasingly stringent industry requirements for aerospace-related products and assures our manufacturing processes consistently meet the requirements and expectations of customers presenting the most challenging applications. Achieving this certification strengthens Addaero’s competitive position as the leader in the aerospace additive manufacturing market.

According to Richard Merlino, Chief Executive Officer at Addaero Manufacturing, “Achieving AS9100C certification is a milestone we are very proud to have reached. We take great pride in providing the highest level of quality and support to our customers. Achieving AS9100C reflects our commitment to supporting the stringent requirements of the aerospace, aviation and defense industries. We will maintain and exceed these standards while continuing to utilize and develop the most advanced additive manufacturing techniques available. The past two years have been full of growth and development for the team at Addaero and I am excited for what the future holds.”

In the end of 2015 the company was certified to the AS9100/ISO 9000 standard for quality systems. The certification was completed by the American Systems Registrar in November and certified to the quality system of additive manufacturing. ISO certification is based on quality management principles including strong customer focus, motivation and implication of top management, the process approach, and continual improvement and review. The goal is to ensure customers receive consistently high-quality products and services.

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