Certifications

The Print Source, Inc. has always prided itself on providing the best quality product possible. This commitment to quality has expanded into ISO 9001 and AS9100 certification, Underwriters Laboratories (UL) authorization, ITAR Compliance and Metalphoto® Converter Certification. These certifications, authorizations and compliancies mean that you can always expect a consistent, high quality product, delivered on time, at a competitive price.

Metalphoto® Converter Certification

Metalphoto® Converter Certification

We have some great news! The Print Source, Inc. is now one of only a handful of companies nationwide that have achieved Certified Metalphoto® Converter status. With this certification, new processes have been implemented to improve the product quality and expand application expertise for Metalphoto® photosensitive anodized aluminum. We have worked hard to achieve this certification so that we can be Your Experts in the industry.

To learn more about metalphoto® and our new certification, please visit the Metalphoto® Product Page.

ISO/AS 9100 Registered

(International Organization for Standardization)

ISOQAR-AS9100-1504

Quality control is a priority at The Print Source, Inc.  and we have always prided ourselves on providing the best quality products possible. This commitment to quality expanded in 2008 when we became ISO/AS 9100 registered. These certifications are renewed as required and kept in good standing at all times.

What does this certification mean for you?

These certifications mean that you can always expect a consistent, high quality product, delivered on time, at a competitive price. Few printers have subjected themselves to the rigid ISO standards, and even fewer have achieved the AS9100D aerospace standard for manufacturing of screen, digital, pad, offset and metalphoto® printing. We take great pride in our ability to offer this high standard to our customers, and look forward to meeting your printing needs.

UL

(Underwriters Laboratories Inc.)

UL Logo

Through its Printer Agreement, we are approved to print any of the UL logos referred to as “The Mark.” The Mark can be printed on any pressure sensitive label material as long as it complies with your UL material requirements and the design layout has been reviewed and approved by UL. The Print Source has passed stringent testing in order to become recognized as an approved source by Underwriters Laboratories Inc.

A UL Recognized Label is any label bearing safety related information such as warnings, cautionary markings, installation instructions or electrical ratings. These labels are considered by UL to be “components” of the devices to which they are affixed. Because safety information should be permanently available to the user, these labels must meet performance requirements designed to evaluate significant label characteristics such as durability and legibility, resistance to defacement and adhesion to the surface of the product.

Product Categories

  • PGDQ2 – Marking and Labeling Systems – Component
  • PGGU2 – Marking and Labeling System Materials – Component
  • PGIS2 – Marking and Labeling Systems, Limited Use – Component
  • PGJI2 – Printing Materials – Component

Reference #: LP2000

ITAR

(International Traffic in Arms Regulations)

ITAR logo

The Print Source is an ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations) registered business. ITAR is a set of United States government regulations that control the import and export of specific defense-related materials and services. Its goal is to safeguard U.S. national security and further U.S. foreign policy objectives.

ITAR regulations dictate that information and material pertaining to defense and military related technologies can only be shared with U.S. persons and organizations unless authorization from the Department of State is received, or a special exemption is used.

What does this mean to you, our customer? You can relax, knowing that we will protect your information, product, trade secret or project. To that end, all visitors to our facility must check in at the front desk. Those who need to visit a restricted area of the facility will be escorted.

Vendors or service providers who come by often may choose to fill out an application to get clearance to be in our facility without an escort.