3DEO, a metal 3D printing company based in Los Angeles, California, has received ISO 9001:2015 certification in order to further the commercialisation of its technology.
The company provides stainless steel components in the medical sector.
Matt Petros, 3DEO’s CEO, said: “The ISO 9001 certification is a terrific milestone for 3DEO. A strong quality management system is the backbone of any world-class production line. The ISO certification marks an important step in realising 3DEO’s long-term vision of leveraging next-generation technologies to build the world’s highest quality, data-driven factory of the future. In the previous generation of manufacturing, spot checks and random sampling were best of class. 3DEO is building a dynamic production line with real-time streaming data that allows ongoing monitoring and end-to-end closed-loop feedback. For 3DEO, ISO is the starting point of what we expect to become the next generation of manufacturing.” ISO 9001 is the internationally recognised […]
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