Burloak Technologies’ Camarillo, California Location Receives AS9100 Certification

Burloak Technologies Inc., a division of Samuel, Son & Co., Limited, today announced that its Camarillo, California additive manufacturing facility has been certified to the AS9100 standard.

The global standard of quality management for the aerospace industry, AS9100 outlines requirements for the creation and maintenance of a quality system to provide safe and reliable products to the sector.  Supplier compliance with AS9100 is a requirement of many leading aviation companies and a pre-requisite to supporting their business. 

A significant point of differentiation for Burloak in the AM industry, the Camarillo site’s AS9100 certification is coupled with strict ITAR compliance – positioning the California-based production facility as a trusted partner of choice for aerospace manufacturers seeking to achieve the many benefits of AM.

“An early and enthusiastic adopter of AM solutions, the aerospace sector is a key market for Burloak,” said Jason Ball, Vice President & General Manager of Burloak Technologies. “The certification of our Camarillo location to AS9100 is an important milestone for our company and demonstrates our ongoing commitment to investing in high quality North American AM capabilities that drive competitive advantage for our aviation customers.”

Burloak’s Camarillo site offers AM production capabilities for a diverse range of customers including those in ITAR regulated sectors. Our 25,000 square foot facility is staffed by leading AM experts, leverages worldclass AM equipment, and is conveniently located in terms of its proximity to many of our US customers.

Over the past few years, aviation companies have shown increased interest in the benefits of AM solutions – including the ability to produce highly innovative, lighter, stronger and more durable components. With strategic sites in the US and Canada, Burloak is well positioned to deliver a range of AM solutions to today’s leading aviation manufacturers and suppliers.

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