GoProto ANZ, an Australian 3D scanning, 3D printing, and contract manufacturer, received ISO 9001:2015 certification. The stringent process analyzes the business’s operations from top to bottom, seeking a commitment to quality at every level.
“ISO is one of the most rigorous and well-regarded standards in the world. We sought to become certified as part of our longstanding commitment to quality and a further step of our Industry 4.0 journey”, said James Sanders, General Manager of GoProto ANZ. “I am extremely proud of our team’s efforts, which proves their commitment to providing high-quality parts and excellent customer service. We’re dedicated to constant improvement and making sure we have the processes and systems in place for this.”
GoProto’s ISO certification was accelerated as a result of a grant awarded by the Centre for Defence Industry Capability, in recognition of GoProto’s potential to manufacture Aerospace and Defence components in-country will contribute significantly to Australia’s sovereign industrial capability priorities. ISO 9001 is quickly gaining acceptance among 3D printing and contract manufacturers as a foundation for their quality programs. As Australia’s largest 3D printing facility, the company operates six different additive manufacturing technologies in-house for prototyping and end-use applications, as well as providing 3D scanning, machining, and injection molding services.