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***Seeking AS9100 certification*** (Already ISO 9001:2015 certified)

Discussion in 'AS 91XX - Aerospace Quality Standards' started by The PPAP Assassin, Aug 6, 2018.

  1. The PPAP Assassin

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    Hello!

    So my company wants to get us aerospace certified to potentially increase business.

    We are a toll processor of specialty metal coil, sheet and plate. (Grind, Buff, Polish, Slit, Cut-to Length)

    I am having the hardest time trying to find a side by side comparison of 9001:2015 to 9100(D)...

    How difficult can it be for a company who is already 9001:2015 certified?

    9100(D) is basically 9001 with a few extra requirements here and there I have read. (all of the bold text)

    Any advice or opinions?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Andy Nichols

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    Depends on your previous experience in the aerospace sector...
     
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    There's nothing in AS9100D which would cause a headache - compared to, let's say, IATF 16949. Some requirements are going to be pretty simple to address for a scope like yours. TBH, although you CAN be AS 9100D, I'm thinking that the extra costs that such a certification attracts - increased day rate, fees and auditor travel for starters - I've have to be convinced there was a cost justification...
     

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