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Accurate Pattern Achieves ISO 9001:2015 Certification

Quality sign reminds the team of the company's commitment to excellence.

Owners Polly Sackett and Kevin Williams

Finishing operations on automotive mold patterns

Finishing operations on automotive mold patterns

5-axis machining on a pattern

A custom fixture designed and built by Accurate, used by the customer for assembly operation of components

5-axis machining on a pattern

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Accurate Pattern Inc. announced that it has received Certificate of Registration for ISO 9001:2015. The announcement was made by the new owners of the company, President and CEO Polly Sackett and COO Kevin Williams, who recently took over from Kevin's father, Bruce Williams.

Accurate demonstrated that its Quality Management System complies with the requirements of ISO 9001:2015. The scope of the registration includes the design and manufacturing of patterns, tooling and gauges for a variety of industries and provision of contract services for inspection and machining.

Sackett said, "We partnered with the Waukesha County Technical College to obtain their Incumbent Worker Training Grant, and it helped us train the entire team for the ISO audit, which was conducted by American Management Technology, Inc. (AMTEC) in Fontana, WI. The result was a series of protocols and documentation on the entire production process at Accurate, resulting in an overnight success through the certification."

There are two distinct halves of this 25-person job shop, namely, patternmaking and fixturing. Each requires a unique skill set. According to Sackett, "We are so fortunate to have dedicated employees who can work both sides of the operation to get the jobs done."

Accurate performs CAD design services, manual and CNC machining up to 5 axes, CMM inspection and certification plus welding and spray coating for the automotive, metal casting, marine and other markets nationwide.

For more information contact:

Accurate Pattern Inc.

12833 W. Glendale Ave.

Butler, WI 53007


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