CertificationsOctober 1, 2011
E&E Manufacturing, Livonia, MI, has earned the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) for nonferrous and ferrous alloys, to ISO/IEC 17025:2005 standards. The certification allows E&E to perform certified testing using a range of processes, including hardness, micro-structure, case depth, micro- and macro-etching and surface condition testing, as well as perform nondestructive tests such as magnetic particle and liquid dye penetrant. E&E produces stampings, fasteners and assemblies for the automotive, military and industrial markets.
The Performance Review Institute (PRI) has awarded Nadcap accreditation to Metco Metal Finishing, Phoenix, AZ. Nadcap seeks to “provide international, unbiased, independent manufacturing process and product assessments and certification services for the purpose of adding value, reducing total cost and facilitating relationships between subscribers and suppliers.” Metco, part of The Lindgren Group of metal-finishing companies, offers chemical finishing, electroplating, mechanical finishing and laser part-marking services.The International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) has recertified Motoman Robotics, Dayton, OH, as an authorized provider under the new ANSI/IACET 1-227 standard. IACET authorized providers are the only organizations approved to offer IACET continuing-education units (CEUs). Motoman trains hundreds of engineers and manufacturing personnel annually in basic and advanced robot programming, maintenance, concurrent I/O and more.
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