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  • Subscribers to The Business Journal of Milwaukee may have noticed KLH's appearance in the Feb. 26 issue. The article, "Investing in the company's future" details how KLH reinvested in its workforce during the past 18 months.

  • KLH has added a second Hurco VMX-42 to its steadily growing CNC machining department. While the second Hurco has many of the same specifications as the first, it comes with a few new bells and whistles.

  • Superalloys are the man-made mixtures of elements that allow modern society to travel faster and reach further. Firing up a jet engine without superalloys would be like putting Tupperware in the oven.

  • KLH Industries has received Nadcap accreditation for Nonconventional Machining, including wire EDM and fast hole EDM. This achievement further solidifies KLH’s commitment to delivering the highest standards of aerospace machining.

  • Five-axis machines move in all three linear axes plus two additional rotary axes. The ability to precisely move the work piece without removing it has distinct advantages over conventional three-axis machining.

  • KLH Industries is now offering five-axis machining services on a new Doosan VC630/5AX. A trunnion-style five-axis, it features a 360-degree rotating C-axis on an integrated 150-degree tilting A-axis.

  • KLH Industries has purchased a new Flow Mach 3 Series waterjet with two very significant extra features – a 5-axis cutting head and a 90,000 psi pump. Not only will this waterjet produce 3D parts, but will do so at some of the fastest cutting speeds in the industry.

  • Waukesha County Technical College (WCTC) has presented KLH with their 2013 Award of Excellence. The award recognizes KLH’s dedication to “building bridges between industry and education.”

  • 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.