Waterjet cutting is well-known for its versatility. Not only in the materials it can cut, but also in multiple benefits behind the process as a whole.
Waterjet is a supersonic erosion process, of which there are two types. Pure waterjet cutting, which uses only high-pressure water to cut soft materials, and abrasive waterjet cutting, where garnet abrasive is introduced into the stream to cut hard materials.
A cold cutting process, waterjet doesn’t induce any stress or heat affected zone (HAZ) into the materials it’s cutting and delivers a clean edge directly off the waterjet table.
You can cut thick materials and thin materials, rough shaping or precise bevels, all on a waterjet.
Cut Nearly Any Material
Waterjets are the preferred method for cutting virtually any material. You can cut hard or soft materials on the very same system (just swap out your cutting head).
Stone & Granite
Waterjet is used across various industries.
ARCHITECTURE / CONSTRUCTION
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