|The manufacturing process begins with the receipt of a customer's design and specification requirements. Using in-house engineering expertise and its tool shop, the Company often develops a prototype for the customer. Once a prototype is developed and agreed upon, and Whitley is awarded the business, the manufacturing process begins.
Core Manufacturing Processes include:
¯ Tube-End Forming (proprietary and patented processes)
- Brazing (furnace, induction, rotary torch, hand torch)
- Welding (robotic, manual)
- Bending (CNC, high volume dedicated benders)
- High Volume Automated Assembly
- Proprietary State of the Art Parts Cleaning