At their most basic interpretation, waterjet cutting and laser cutting do the same thing - they cut stuff. One with water, the other with heat. Each uses a naturally occurring process, greatly intensified, to maintain tight tolerances.
Modern Machine Shop once wrote, "a shop bought a milling machine to mill, a turning machine to turn, a drill press to make holes and so on." If that shop is KLH, one machine does all of those operations.
Capable of wire EDM cutting extreme heights and weights, KLH Industries, remains on the cutting edge of EDM machining technology for over two decades and can handle parts up to 5 tons and over 2 feet tall.
Four companies have begun piloting a new
apprenticeship model in Wisconsin. NIMS is a competency- based model that
assesses students on specific skill sets. Unlike the current apprenticeship
model, there is no time requirement.
Boeing has approved KLH Industries as a
machining supplier for NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) program. The SLS is a
flagship rocket system that will set new standards for commercial and deep
KLH will celebrate 25 years of precision machining by hosting a live broadcast of WKLH’s morning show “Dave & Carole.” The program will coincide with a morning job fair, followed by an afternoon open house.
KLH Industries has always operated with a simple motto, “Sell what people want to buy.” The message is clear; people want CNC turning. With the voice of the customer in mind, KLH has purchased three new turning centers.