Iterate Faster with Shorter Design Cycles
Iterate faster with shorter design cycles
“We often iterate multiple times a day on the same part.”
JACK MILLER, Howe Industries
Prototype using the correct materials
Prototype new mechanical designs using the same material that will be used in production. Test the prototypes under realistic load conditions.
Read how Applied Systems Engineering produced test parts in carbon fiber, aluminum and acrylic using their WAZER waterjet
Dramatically cut the time from idea to test part
“Instead of having to job shop it out and wait for the part, I can make it right now.”
ERIC ELLIOTT, Elliott Metal Fabrication
Transform 2D designs into 3D forms
Create and fine-tune the exact geometry you need with precision sheet metal cutting. Use simple 2-dimensional designs to create complex 3-dimensional parts.
See how WAZER and DIWire engineers collaborate to prototype a stainless steel sterilization cage
Prototype medical devices
Compact and desktop fabrication tools are enabling rapid innovation and prototyping in many industries, including in medical devices.
Read Today’s Medical Developments article about how compact waterjet cutting tools significantly augment the medtech prototyping process
Tight-tolerance sheet metal cutting
Cut multiple sheet metal parts and create complex mechanical assemblies. Hold tight tolerances by undersizing your holes and then post-reaming them to size. Or dial in WAZER to get the accuracy you need.
Learn about Tight-Tolerance Sheet Metal Cutting: Custom Knife Making With a Waterjet
Cut Any Material.
In Your Own Shop.
Used by Engineers and Designers Across Industry
Maker Lab Technician
Many of the projects that have been done on the WAZER would have stopped at a whiteboard drawing, but with the WAZER we can bring those ideas to life.
We are able to iterate and perfect our designs at least twice as fast now.
Parts that used to take 3–4 weeks to send out, we can now cut and bend in-house in a day.
The FIRST affordable industrial-caliber waterjet
WAZER is an affordable waterjet that cuts almost anything. Since it does not require specialized infrastructure, software or training, you can now produce in-house what you could never have done before.