Exact Metrology

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Exact Metrology, Inc. has recently received ISO 9001:2008 certification for its quality management systems. This certification verifies that the key processes Exact Metrology uses to deliver contract measurement services as well as sell and service metrology equipment are consistently monitored and continually improved.

”Attaining ISO 9001 certification demonstrates our ongoing commitment to quality and to our customers“ says Dean Solberg, Principal of Exact Metrology, Inc. ”We’ve always been dedicated to delivering a higher level of service, and achieving ISO certification underscores this dedication at all levels of our organization.“

To satisfy the stringent requirements of ISO 9001:2008 certification, Exact Metrology was required to implement a quality management system that adheres to the regulations set up by the International Organization for Standards. Certification requires evaluation by an independent, accredited auditing firm; and Exact Metrology’s audit was completed by Preferred Registrar Group, Inc.

Exact Metrology, Inc. is a full-service metrology solutions company that provides on-site inspection, reverse engineering, non-contact laser scanning, and 2D/3D digitizing services as well as contract programming, software training, part programming, and measurement equipment implementation. Utilizing the latest in portable measurement technologies and with decades of combined experience, Exact’s application engineers can handle everything from small parts to parts over several thousand meters. Exact Metrology also sells, services, and implements metrology equipment solutions from companies including ROMER, Leica Geosystems, NDI, Breuckmann, Artec, Carl Zeiss, Surphaser InnovMetric, and Geo Magic.

For more information, visit: www.exactmetrology.com

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