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Objective3D is now ISO 9001 Certified

Objective3D is proud to announce it is now certified as a ISO 9001:2008 compliant organisation. The certificate is accredited by QAS International Limited.


To become certified as ISO 9001:2008 compliant Objective3D underwent an extensive evaluation process that included quality management, management documentation review, pre-­audit, initial assessment, and clearance of non­‐conformances, all of which work to identify corrective actions that eliminate non-­‐conformance to the quality management standard.


Objective3D received its ISO 9001:2008 certificate of registration on 9th December 2015. The certification of compliance with ISO 9001:2008 recognises that the policies, practices and procedures of our company ensure consistent quality in the product and services we provide our customers. With this certification, our customers can be confident that Objective3D is dedicated to maintaining the highest efficiency and responsiveness in achieving our ultimate goal – guaranteed customer satisfaction.

Objective 3D is certified as meeting the requirements of ISO 9001:2008 for the following activities:
To deliver competitive advantage and global business success to our customers through the innovative use of professional additive manufacturing solutions.


To maintain our certification, QAS International will perform audits to ensure compliance and to assess initiatives for continued improvement. Our customers can be confident that Objective3D will continue to provide the high quality products they have come to expect well into the future.

Objective3D's decision to undertake this certification is a proactive and necessary one that not only anticipates the demands of our customers, but also demonstrates our commitment to providing quality services for all our customers.


Commenting on the Award, Matt Minio, Managing Director of Objective3D, stated:
“We are delighted to have been awarded this internationally-recognised symbol of quality for both  our businesses - 3D Printer / 3D Scanner Solutions and our 3D Printing Service Bureau. In line with Objective3D's commitment to quality assurance, this ISO 9001 award provides existing and potential customers with the reassurance that they are dealing with an organisation which has placed itself under independent scrutiny, been eternally audited and confirmed by Australian Standards as having in place efficient policies and procedures which enable the delivery of consistently high standards of service and product.”

Stratasys 3D Printers are available in Australia and New Zealand from Objective3D, a complete 3D Printing Solutions provider. From 3D Printers, 3D Parts, 3D Scanners including Printer Maintenance services and consumables for Stratasys 3D printers, Objective3D is the largest distributor of Stratasys 3D Printers across Australia and New Zealand, and were recently awarded the Stratasys Customer Satisfaction and Support Award for 2013 for the Asia Pacific region. 

Objective3D is also a total solutions provider of 3D printing and custom manufacturing through the the largest additive manufacturing centre in the southern hemisphere - Objective3D Advanced Manufacturing Centre, powered by Stratasys Direct Manufacturing with 16 commercial grade machines provides the widest range of 3D printing technologies and materials to enable a broad range of specialist solutions.

For more details, visit www.objective3d.com.au or call 03-9785 2333 (AUS)  09-801 0380 (NZ) or try out our INSTANT ONLINE QUOTING SYSTEM if you have need a 3D Part Printed.

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