voestalpine Additive Manufacturing Centre achieves ISO 9001 Certification

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January 15, 2019

January 15, 2019

voestalpine Additive Manufacturing Centre achieves ISO 9001 Certification

A metal additively manufactured component produced by voestalpine (Courtesy voestalpine AG)

 

voestalpine Additive Manufacturing Centre Ltd., Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, a business of voestalpine AG’s High Performance Metals Division, has achieved certification according to ISO9001:2015 for the design, simulation and production of additively manufactured components for the power generation, oil & gas and other advanced industries.

The Additive Manufacturing Centre in Mississauga is part of a growing regional and global network of voestalpine AM Centers (vAMC) said to offer customers ‘concept to component’ services. Customers who work with a vAMC reportedly benefit from a single partner offering the complete AM value-chain, from powder development to engineering, simulation and modelling, and the latest AM production technologies through to post-processing services such as machining, thermal processing and coatings.

Sami Arsan, VP of voestalpine Additive and Advanced Manufacturing North America, stated, “With this certification customers are assured that their work is being handled in a thoughtful and repeatable manner consistent with desired outcomes. It also provides a sound basis for driving efficient and effective business processes.”

www.voestalpine.com/additive-manufacturing

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January 15, 2019

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