A waterjet utilizes a high pressure stream of water to erode a narrow line in the stock material. To cut a wider range of materials from tool steel to titanium to foam, a granular (typically garnet) abrasive is added to the waterjet, increasing the cutting power.
There are many advantages of waterjet cutting. As opposed to flame, plasma & laser cutting, waterjet and abrasivejet cutting produce no heat affected zone to work harden the cut edges. Therefore you are able to cut various metals, plastics and other materials without melting, distorting or warping them.
(1) Dual Head Waterjet 6′ x 12′ capacity
(1) Hyper-pressure, Dynamic Waterjet 6′ x 12′ capacity