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On each job, our goal is to manufacture and deliver the highest-quality products you can get, as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible. New England Foundry uses processes that can be catered to your needs to ensure the quality of our products.

We maintain a Quality Management System certified to AS9100 and ISO 9001, and we strive to exceed our quality objectives on all jobs. The system is continually audited to ensure compliance with our Quality Manual, procedures and customer requirements. As a Certified Supplier for several of our customers, we provide dock-to-stock deliveries while maintaining a 99.9% quality and on-time delivery rating.


Components and parts made and assembled by New England Foundry undergo a three-step inspection process:


1. First Piece Inspection

Our Quality Control Department inspects the first piece of each machining and assembly operation. The operator performs the complete job sequence on one piece and submits it to the Quality Control Department, which inspects it for all characteristics and then records the results on the First Piece Inspection Report. If the piece is rejected, adjustments are made and the operator re-submits the part for inspection.

2. In-Process Inspection

The operator makes periodic checks of key characteristics during the manufacturing operation. Verification during each process ensures that the individual process maintains the highest quality level and minimizes chances for non-conforming products.

3. Final Inspection

The Quality Control Department makes a final lot inspection, utilizing approved sample plans and Final Inspection Reports. QC inspectors accept or reject each lot based on critical dimensions, customer-requested key characteristics and New England Foundry’s high-level quality standards.

First Article Inspection is performed on first-time production and lapses in production when required by customers. The QC department performs a FAIR using the AS9102 requirement and report. FAIR records are maintained with the job history and are available to our customers.

New England Foundry’s Quality Control Department maintains inspection records and keeps them on file for a minimum of three years, based on customer requirements.

Inspection Equipment

  • Mitutoyo Quick Vision Elf Pro measuring system

  • Brown & Sharpe Micro-Hite 600 digital gauge

  • Brown & Sharpe CMM Micro-Val 24x30" with Renishaw probing phiom

  • 2 Brown & Sharpe Micro-Hite 20"

  • Fowler Z-CAL 150 12"

  • Fowler F14-A Optical Comparator with Quadra-Chek 200

  • Rockwell Wilson Hardness Tester

  • Surfometer Profilometer

  • HAAS HA-5C Rotary Indexer

  • 2 Brown & Sharpe Hite-icators

  • 2 Mitutoyo Hite-Gage 12"

  • 6 Brown & Sharpe Diameter Gages

  • Sunnen Dial Bore Gages 3/8" to 6"

  • 7 Sunnen PG Bore Gages

  • Deltronic Gage Pin Sets

  • Vermont Gage Pins

  • Mitutoyo Ceramic Gage Blocks

  • Fowler Ceramic Gage Blocks

  • Starrett Steel Gage Blocks

  • Gage-Trak Calibration Software

  • Hexagon Global S Green Automatic CMM

Elevating Excellence: Precision, Efficiency, and Unrivaled Quality Assurance 

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