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Since machining its first aerospace part in the mid-1960s, Christopher Tool & Manufacturing Co. (Solon, OH) has always met the continuously tightening part- tolerance requirements of its customers. Tis success includes overcoming one particular challenge that began in 2007, when the initiative of “zero defects” was introduced into the aerospace industry. While some manufacturers supplying the industry took the concept with a grain of salt, Christopher Tool has taken substan- tial steps to attain that level of part quality.
At Christopher Tool, “zero defects” is more than good intentions.
Christopher Tool’s Bob Macho prepares the shop’s Mikron HSM 600U LP to run a bearing steel aerospace part.