Incodema3D Achieves AS9100C Certification

Freeville, NY – December 10 , 2015 – Incodema3D, LLC, a leading Additive Manufacturing(AM) company specializing in servicing the Aerospace industry, is elated to announce the successful completion of its AS9100 RevC audit with NSF International. This milestone awards the Freeville facility the AS9100C certification.

 “Our team has worked hard to fulfill the commitment to deliver quality products and unsurpassed customer satisfaction by verifying that the quality management system in place emphasizes continual process improvement and reliably satisfies customer and global standards,” said Incodema3D Director of Additive Manufacturing, Scott Volk. “This certification strengthens Incodema3D’s competitive position and standardizes quality processes across all of our engineering, customer engagement, order management, and manufacturing operations.”

AS9100 is the international quality management system standard for the Aircraft, Space and Defense (AS&D) industry and AS9100C is the most current standard. The standard provides manufacturing suppliers with a comprehensive quality system for providing safe and reliable products. AS9100 is managed by the International Aerospace Quality Group (IAQG) and based upon ISO 9001.

AS9100C is a designation offered only to organizations that design, develop and produce aviation, space and defense products while demonstrating strict adherence to quality, reliability and safety standards. It is endorsed by all major Aerospace regulators including the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and the National Aerospace and Space Administration (NASA).

“Becoming AS9100C certified, further confirms our quality commitment to our defense and aerospace customers. This achievement further demonstrates Incodema3D’s positioning to become a preeminent Production Supplier in Metal Additive Manufacturing for several core industries, primarily the Aerospace industry and strategically in Energy, Motorsports and Medical,” as stated by Incodema3D’s President and CEO, Sean Whittaker.