Laser Prototypes, (www.laserproto.com), the longest established Rapid Prototyping Bureau within the UK and Ireland, has recently achieved TWO quality standards – ISO 9001:2008 AND ISO13485:2003.
Serving the Rapid Prototyping and Rapid Manufacturing needs of UK and Irish product design markets for almost 20 years, the quality management systems for the manufacture of prototype parts are a critical indication of Laser Prototypes attention to detail and customer service.
“Our team is proud of their achievement of certification to the ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System Standard. At Laser Prototypes we are driven by the desire to offer our customers the bet possible service experience through the continuos improvement of our business practices and quality is key to achieving this. This recognition is awarded to companies who consistently achieve customer satisfaction through their management of business activities and through the adherence to principles and requirements of ISO 9001:2008, our customers can be confident that products and services offered by Laser Prototypes will fully satisfy and exceed quality and service requirements. While we are proud of our achievement, we will always push for new and improved ways of meeting and exceeding our customers expectations” says Tom Walls, MD at Laser Prototypes.
In addition to ISO9001:2008 certification Laser Prototypes has also recently been awarded to ISO 13485, which represents the requirements for a comprehensive management system for the design and manufacture of medical devices. Using the latest ISO medically approved Stereolithography resins, Laser Prototypes can now offer prototypes directly suitable for clinical testing in a few days- available only at the much later “first off tool” stage. Now these tests can be carried our at concept design stage prior to any expensive tooling. Combined with a wealth of expertise working with customers such as Medtronic, Creganna, Smith Medical and GE Healthcare, Laser Prototypes offers a complete Prototyping and Manufacturing service to the Medical Sector.