3DPRINTUK passed Stage 2 of the ISO 9001:2015 standard audit with zero findings after completing Stage 1 earlier in the year. This means that 3DPRINTUK operates at the highest levels for quality assurance and validation of 3D printed parts for its clients on a daily basis, in full compliance with the ISO 9001 standard.
“This accreditation does not change anything in our day-to-day operations at 3DPRINTUK because quality has always been at the heart of what we do,” said Nick Allen, CEO of 3DPRINTUK. “But it does mean that our customers have an important guarantee about the quality of their parts. From 2023 ALL orders will be officially processed against the ISO 9001:2015 standard — even though that has been happening in practice for a long time already.”
ISO 9001:2015 is an international standard and a key benchmark for managing quality. It puts customer satisfaction at the core of operations, drives continuous improvement and affords end-to-end manufacturing traceability.
3DPRINTUK supplies 3D-printed parts for low-volume, on-demand batch production to the highest quality standards for a wide range of industrial sectors. Accreditation of the ISO 9001 standard is being awarded to 3DPRINTUK by the British Standards Institution (BSI).
Looking ahead to 2023, 3DPRINTUK will continue with its plans to further grow its service offering in a number of ways. Following a recent customer survey feedback, watch out for new additions and product launches early in the new year.