Quality

Quality System

Micron Laser Technology, Inc. is committed to quality.

What does this mean to our customers?

  • Fast turn times
  • Competitive pricing
  • Consistency
  • Customer satisfaction
  • Compliance with customers requirements
  • Commitment to continually improve the effectiveness of the quality management system.

Quality Registrations

Micron Laser Technology has obtained AS9100D and ISO9001:2015 certification through SAI Global. Micron Laser Technology has met the quality system requirements for all aerospace and defense industries with the AS9100D standard and all non-aerospace customers with the ISO9001:2015 standard.

Process Validation

We offer a full range of process validation services through our Quality Engineering and Product Engineering teams, to support all aspects of our manufacturing capabilities. Our teams will work with you to determine your validation needs.

  • Process Design: Micron Laser’s qualified sales and engineering staff are materials experts. We can help you design the best laser process for your application.
  • Process Qualification: Through our first article and inprocess inspections, we can help you determine process capability specific to your design
  • Continued Process Verification: Every order we process is thoroughly documented and repeatable. Our engineering staff captures all relevant data when processing the first run so that whether it is a week, month, or years between manufacturing cycles of a part, we can produce identical results.

Inspection Capabilities

Micron Laser utilizes state-of-the-art inspection equipment:

  • Automated Optical Inspection Equipment
  • Programmable Pattern Recognition Systems
  • Optical Binocular Microscopes
  • Optical Digital Microscopes

Maintenance

As any production manager knows, equipment up-time is critical to a successful manufacturing environment. That is why MLT has a dedicated and highly trained maintenance staff to constantly monitor and keep our equipment working at the peak of efficiency.

Preventative maintenance levels are performed and recorded on a weekly, monthly, and quarter basis to ensure laser processes are repeatable from lot to lot. Equipment downtime in the form of scheduled maintenance or repairs are logged with details of failure modes and corrective measures.

These logs enable our quality personnel to ascertain if previous equipment maintenance, repairs, or failures have contributed to any product non-conformance. This data is held on file and can be retrieved years later should a field failure occur requiring a failure analysis inclusive of equipment maintenance records for any specific lot number.

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