Keats’ Commitment to Safety

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June is National Safety Month, and we at Keats heartily approve of the push for awareness and implementation of robust safety procedures in the workplace.  Part of what constitutes a job well done for us is a job that minimizes the risk involved with the operation of custom manufacturing equipment to provide the highest levels […]


Getting Involved with Education and the Environment

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In February, we blogged about our internship program, and we noted that, increasingly, schools just aren’t spending enough time providing students with the critical skills they need in math and science to prepare them for real-world jobs in areas such as advanced manufacturing. So we would like to take this opportunity to promote an initiative […]


Closing the Skills Gap with Keats

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The news has been filled with stories about a “skills gap” in the manufacturing sector. While experts disagree on the severity of the current problem, they all agree that if not mitigated it will become a very real and very big problem by the end of the decade. One study even puts the number at […]


Quality Assurance in Quality Audits

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  Just promising a potential customer quality doesn’t always get the job done. Occasionally we have potential clients who audit our facility in advance of committing to Keats. While this kind of test might be worrisome for our competitors, we welcome them without reservation. Our secret? Something we like to call our “mature quality system”. […]


DIY Metal Stamping

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Recently we have noticed an exciting and interesting new trend: the idea of Do-It-Yourself (DIY) home metal stamping. Aimed mostly at jewelry makers and artists, companies are selling kits that allow people to design and manufacture small metal stampings all in the comfort of their own homes. Before the Industrial Revolution DIY was the only […]


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