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Conflux Technology advances toward Aerospace Certification AS9100D with Design

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Conflux Technology advances toward Aerospace Certification AS9100D with Design
Above: Conflux Technology advances toward Aerospace Certification AS9100D with Design/Source: Conflux Technology

Conflux Technology, an Australian metal additive manufacturing heat exchanger innovator led by Michael Fuller, has announced their progress toward the Aerospace certification AS9100D with design. This certification will include Design, which is unusual in this industry, as part of their commitment to being laser focused specialists.

“This marks a considerable step up in our Quality Assurance strategy, and will demonstrate the organisation’s commitment to providing the highest standards of quality and technical excellence to our customers.”

– Andrew Milner, Business Analyst and Quality Assurance Expert, Conflux Technology

Aerospace Certification AS9100D with Design

AS9100D is a quality management system standard for the aerospace, space, and defence industries. It has numerous additional requirements in addition to ISO9001:2015, and the certification process is overseen by the IAQG (International Aerospace Quality Group), an industry-owned and operated certification scheme led by several major Aerospace primes.

Conflux has already completed the first stage of a six-month process to secure the aerospace certification AS9100D with design and is well positioned to complete the next stage, which is currently scheduled for completion at the beginning of 2023.

Conflux’s unique expertise in both heat transfer and additive manufacturing, combined with years of experience working with aerospace primes, allows them to offer their customers accelerated development programmes.

Andrew Milner – In house expertise

Andrew Milner, Business Analyst and Quality Assurance Expert
Above: Andrew Milner, Business Analyst and Quality Assurance Expert/Source: Conflux Technology

Andrew Milner is in charge of the certification process. Andrew is a seasoned Quality Assurance professional who is still a scheme Auditor. Having an accredited auditor within the Conflux building is extremely beneficial to their quality outcomes and customer expectations.

Andrew relocated from the United Kingdom to Australia in 2019 to take on the role of Senior Aerospace Auditor for Australasia and the Asia-Pacific region, where he was in charge of managing the certification programmes of several major Aerospace/Defense primes. Andrew joined Conflux Technology after working for several years in third-party inspection and certification.

Andrew is in charge of keeping and improving Conflux’s Quality Management System in accordance with AS9100 and ISO9001 standards. Alongside this Andrew leads the development of business processes, policies, and procedures to enhance efficiency whilst ensuring that compliance obligations are met. He is in charge of carrying out ongoing internal audits and quality control inspections, as well as developing Quality Assurance strategies and initiatives.

About Conflux Technology: Conflux Technology is a global leader in additive manufacturing, pioneering thermal and fluid applications through expert engineering and manufacturing. Conflux got its start in the world of Formula One engineering, where founder and CEO Michael Fuller transformed heat exchanger designs and performance outcomes.


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