Precision ADM is pleased to announce that it has received AS9100 Rev D and ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System certifications. These industry standards represent the comprehensive set of requirements for the design and manufacture of aerospace parts.
Implementing this standard enables Precision ADM to manufacture aerospace and aerospace related parts using the latest digital manufacturing technologies. Utilizing technologies like metal additive and subtractive processes, Precision ADM can lower production costs by reducing waste and decreasing time to market.
Additive manufacturing also makes it possible to simplify and combine parts with complex geometries, with the potential to lower operation costs. Precision ADM is currently targeting additively manufactured aerospace parts in materials such as Titanium, Cobalt-Chrome, Inconels, and other critical aerospace alloys.
“Our team continues to prove to be industry leaders. In 2017 we were the first Canadian metal AM service provider to achieve ISO 13485 certification for medical applications, and now in 2018 we are again the first to hold both certifications for medical and aerospace," said Martin Petrak, Chief Executive Officer, Precision ADM. "We are proud of our team’s accomplishment in reaching this significant milestone and are excited to work under these quality systems with our aerospace and defense customers.”
Dale Kellington, Director of Quality, added “The design and manufacturing controls these certifications demand give our aerospace and defense customers the confidence they need that our manufacturing output will meet their stringent requirements within an ITAR compliant Controlled Goods Program registered facility.”
“The additive manufacturing experience and expertise that of our team of engineers possess give us the ability to solve the many complex issues facing our aerospace clients today,” said Ian Klassen, Director of Aerospace Sales. “The demand for additively manufactured parts is disrupting existing supply chains and we are excited to part of the advanced manufacturing revolution."