FATHOM, an advanced manufacturer with an expertise in 3D printing and additive manufacturing, has secured ISO 9001:2015 certification. The FATHOM team engaged in a comprehensive audit of its business operations, manufacturing processes, and product quality requirements to receive its certificate of compliance.
“Securing ISO 9001:2015 certification means a great deal to FATHOM—our customers count on us to provide a unique combination of services that help them accelerate, iterate, and elevate their design potential,” said Rich Stump, Principal and Co-Founder at FATHOM. “Going through this rigorous process more fully demonstrates that our team adheres to industry recognized standards while still working to push the limits of manufacturing.”
Adopting a quality management system (QMS) is a strategic decision for FATHOM as it further underlines the company’s deepening commitment to continuous improvement and sustainable development initiatives as outlined by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).
FATHOM has been selling and supporting enterprise 3D printing systems since 2008. Shortly after, co-founders Rich Stump and Michelle Mihevc opened a full-service manufacturing facility. Its Seattle-based production center opened in 2013. Today, FATHOM’s services include but are not limited to additive manufacturing, CNC machining, urethane casting, injection molding, and design/engineer support.