The Fabricator magazine discusses how desktop abrasive waterjet cutting is one process among a growing number of technologies in what’s become known as desktop digital manufacturing. The concept has created new possibilities for product designers. The time spent going from an initial design concept to a final product is no longer the hurdle it once was. This is a direct result of the democratization of manufacturing.
Today, fabrication can occur in production, in a prototyping cell, or in an area of the shop mere steps away from the engineer’s workstation. See how technologies such as the WAZER play an important part in today’s desktop digital manufacturing landscape.
Next reading: how tools like the WAZER waterjet are helping companies reduce the time and costs of outsourced manufacturing.
WAZER is now listed in Fabricating & Metalworking magazine.