Kaman Announces New Electromechanical Build-to-Print Service

MIDDLETOWN, CT -- Kaman Measuring System's high-precision, electromechanical contract manufacturing segment is a new offering from the company. Drawing from Kaman Aerospace's extensive history of successful contract manufacturing, Kaman Measuring System's engineering, production, and management staff have the experience to ensure that everything runs smoothly from first article to end-of-life buy.

Kaman's new capability brings together an elite group of highly skilled engineers, technicians, and support personnel dedicated to providing fully tested, integrated electromechanical assemblies in volumes large or small, with repeatable performance that meets both the design specifications and schedule requirements. Kaman's build-to-print group offers an experienced, professional team of manufacturing technologists and logistics experts for all phases of the outsourcing process.

Kaman's Middletown, CT, facility—215,000 sq. ft., 150,000 dedicated to manufacturing, on 36 acres of land, with over 200 employees—is certified AS9100 and ISO 9001 and features a Class 100 cleanroom. Equipment and facilities include laser interferometer calibration; optics testing and optical assembly calibration; laser, electron beam, and gas-tungsten welding; automatic test equipment; computerized numerical control machining; capability maturity model inspection; thermal testing; shock testing; and microscopic inspections.

At complete brochure detailing Kaman's build-to-print capability is available on the company's Web site.

About Kaman
After 40 plus years of solving difficult noncontact analytical and industrial-sensing applications, Kaman Measuring Systems, an operating unit of Kaman Aerospace, continues to lead the industry in eddy current technology for displacement sensing. Further information regarding its build-to-print services is available at 800-552-6267.

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