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.
In the upcoming week, KLH will begin training for a Nadcap certification in non-conventional machining. Receiving Nadcap certification will allow KLH to provide EDM machining services on life or flight critical components.
KLH Industries doesn't just build parts per print; it builds careers. By supporting employees who proactively develop their careers, KLH encourages improvement through continuous education - both on the job and in the classroom.
For the fifth time in its history, KLH Industries will double its manufacturing square footage. The entire CNC department will be relocating to a newly renovated facility, to better house a growing department.
There's a familiar hum of spindle motors at KLH. A pleasing ping of metal chips as they spatter into the scrap bin and a sharp smell of coolant mist inside the machines. There's no mistaking the sounds and smells of CNC machining.
By passing a third-party audit, KLH is now certified to AS9100:2009. This is noteworthy for any companies who keep supplier certifications on file, as all AS9100 Rev. B certificates will be invalid by July 1, 2012.