Midwest Prototyping, LLC, one of the largest independent additive manufacturing service bureaus of Unites States has announced its AS91900 Rev. D certification, the standard of operational excellence required for aviation and aerospace suppliers. The Wisconsin-based company is into manufacturing flight-ready components on all its 3D printing technologies, at each of its production facilities.
“By achieving AS9100 certification, we’ve opened up a new avenue for digital manufacturing – we can provide our technologies and expertise directly to aviation and aerospace companies of all sizes,” said Steve Grundahl, President and founder of Midwest Prototyping. “We see this certification as a critical step forward to developing true digital manufacturing solutions for our customers.”
The services offered at Midwest Prototyping, including six different processes of 3D printing, along with its finishing and post-processing, urethane casting and CNC machining services can be now utilized by the aviation-focused manufacturers and suppliers seeking AS9100 certified providers. Large-frame selective laser sintering and stereolithography systems, digital light synthesis, fused deposition modelling, multi Jet fusion, and polyjet technologies are some of the services offered at facilities in both Wisconsin and Colorado.
“The AS9100 certification process examines our entire operation. From the moment we quote a project or purchase raw material, to the finished product and the way we ship an order, our customers can have even more confidence in the quality of our work,” explained Schumacher. “I’m extremely proud of our team and their efforts to bring our organization to the next level and the benefits this program brings to both Midwest Prototyping and our customers.”
Source: Midwest Prototyping LLC