LEARN ALL ABOUT Water jet CUTTING
Cut almost any material with CNC precision and reliability. Waterjets overcome limitations of other cutting technologies, such as heat distortion, material limitations, and safety.
Learn why waterjets are the go-to for any cutting: for product prototyping, small-scale manufacturing, automating difficult cuts and education.
Put the power of Solidworks and a small waterjet cutter to create a precision sheetmetal enclosure.
See how the CNC precision of the small waterjet cutter can create 3 dimensional assemblies from flat stock.
Carbon fiber is five-times stronger than steel and twice as stiff. Though carbon fiber is stronger and stiffer than steel, it is lighter than steel; making it the ideal manufacturing material for many parts. These are just a few reasons why carbon fiber is favored by engineers and designers for manufacturing.
A CNC waterjet such as the WAZER is an ideal tool to precisely cut polycarbonate without noxious fumes or the need for specialized tooling.
For the past 5 years, the dynamic duo at Brothers Make have been pioneers of creating useful products from recycled plastic. With the addition of a WAZER waterjet, they can now take their work to the next level by creating plastic injection molds in-house, allowing for a higher production rate with more accurate pieces.
Quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) engineers perform a vital role within any organization, as they measure the quality of both raw materials and production processes against a strict set of established standards. These tests require cutting test samples out of raw materials, or out of finished goods. There are a host of cutting technologies available, however most […]
While there are some artists who feel the only way to create “art” is to do it by hand, that makes it difficult to make multiple copies of a piece, or to create a piece to meet exact specifications. To demonstrate that art could still be made with the assistance of a machine, I chose […]
Small-format waterjets such as the WAZER, are arguably one of the most important tools found in R&D labs for medical devices or other industries.
Precision cutting of glass with the waterjet has both engineering and crafting applications, as Keith creates sealed view ports for a piece of industrial equipment, and then creates some beautiful holiday ornaments.
Join Keith Fenner as he shows the value of a small waterjet such as the WAZER in his shop. Here, he uses software from one piece of equipment to create the CAD file to be used in another-ensuring a perfect fit!