Waterjet Cutting Services News

  • 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.

  • 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 space exploration.

  • 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.

  • After a year in the making, the new KLH Industries.com was shaped with the voice of the customer. We e-mailed, we called, we asked, “How can a precision machining website help you?”

  • KLH Industries has been nominated as a 2011 Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year (MOTY). This is KLH's third consecutive nomination in the small business category.

  • 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.

  • KLH's waterjet cutting services are currently being featured in the November 2010 issue of Modern Machine Shop magazine. The article details the installation of a closed-loop water reclamation system.

  • For much of the early years, KLH Industries rode the wave of a new technology called wire EDM. In the modern days of KLH, measuring, planning, and preparing for stable growth is a primary focus.

  • KLH Industries has added a new 520-gallon GAMM glass bead blasting cabinet. This closed loop, dry system allows KLH to efficiently process large or difficult to handle parts.