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GoProto ANZ completes ISO 9001 certification

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GoProto ANZ, an Australian 3D scanning, 3D printing, and contract manufacturer, received ISO 9001:2015 certification. The stringent process analyzes the business’s operations from top to bottom, seeking a commitment to quality at every level.

“ISO is one of the most rigorous and well-regarded standards in the world. We sought to become certified as part of our longstanding commitment to quality and a further step of our Industry 4.0 journey”, said James Sanders, General Manager of GoProto ANZ. “I am extremely proud of our team’s efforts, which proves their commitment to providing high-quality parts and excellent customer service. We’re dedicated to constant improvement and making sure we have the processes and systems in place for this.”

 GoProto ANZ, an Australian 3D scanning, 3D printing, and contract manufacturer, has been awarded ISO 9001:2015 certification
GoProto ANZ James Sanders Holding SLS 3D Printed Part

GoProto’s ISO certification was accelerated as a result of a grant awarded by the Centre for Defence Industry Capability, in recognition of GoProto’s potential to manufacture Aerospace and Defence components in-country will contribute significantly to Australia’s sovereign industrial capability priorities. ISO 9001 is quickly gaining acceptance among 3D printing and contract manufacturers as a foundation for their quality programs. As Australia’s largest 3D printing facility, the company operates six different additive manufacturing technologies in-house for prototyping and end-use applications, as well as providing 3D scanning, machining, and injection molding services.

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