We focus on precision parts manufacturing using machinery that cuts, stamps, mills, creases, laminates and otherwise converts your specified material into a finished part that meets the dimensions and features you require for your product assembly.
We specialize in tight tolerance operations using our state-of-the-industry CNC waterjet, laser, high speed die cutting, and flash (knife) cutting operations. The materials converted can be soft, semi-rigid, and rigid, and range from compressed fiber, rubbers and foams to phenolics, plastics and metals.
Whether you are seeking to source something as basic as an ANSI gasket or as complex as a technically precise and critically shaped thermal interface management pad, we welcome your consideration of us to become your preferred source for build-to-print and custom fabricated parts.
We can make something that you've already designed. We can work with your engineers to help you take your idea to prototype then production. Either way, and at any stage, you'll find that our application, quality, and sales engineers maintain a focus on the technical aspects of product selection, implementation and usage. That's because we know how important those factors are to your engineering system, component discovery, and production sourcing efforts.
The waterjet process is designed to solve the most difficult cutting applications, such as cutting thick or dense materials.
Laser cutting technology is used to cut thin gauge plastics, open and closed cell foam, compressed fiber, and other materials.
KLINGER IGI maintains a variety of industrial cutting equipment designed to serve your low to high volume production requirements.
CNC routers are designed for cutting all types of plastics, woods, foams and non-ferrous metals in both 2D and 3D.
Also known as dieless cutting or flash cutting, CNC knife cutting is used to create precision cut parts without the attending cost of a steel rule die.
SLITTING AND SHEARING
Slitting operations prepare materials for die cutting plus create roll stock for production assembly and end use applications.
Certain parts require the precise lamination of pressure sensitive adhesives (PSA), liners, and tapes – and KLINGER IGI manufacturing equipment is tooled to deliver.
ASSEMBLY & KITTING
Value added services offered by KLINGER IGI include parts assembly and specialized packaging.
The 3D printing process creates production fixtures and prototype parts by successively adding dispensable materials layer by layer.
KLINGER IGI converts your ideas into products using precision cutting (i.e., waterjet), subtractive (i.e., routing), and additive (i.e., 3D printing) manufacturing equipment.