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Customer Story January 27, 2023

Gleaming the CubeSat

Howe Industries and its subsidiary Thermasat are both innovators in the field of space exploration, having developed and patented numerous breakthrough technologies in the field. Their latest project is a unique water-based propulsion system for small research spacecraft known as Cubesats. It should come as no surprise a company that puts complex systems in space […]

Customer Story January 27, 2023

V2X Bidirectional EV Charging Leader Uses Waterjet to Reduce Costs

Founded in 2010, Fermata Energy is the leader in successful electric vehicle-to-everything (V2X) bidirectional charging systems. V2X includes vehicle-to-grid (V2G) and vehicle-to-building (V2B) projects. It was the first company to have bidirectional charging systems commercially deployed in the U.S. for light duty vehicles, and the first to have fleet customers earn revenue from bidirectional EV […]

Customer Story January 27, 2023

A Waterjet Cutting Glass is “Almost Like Cheating”

Retired Air Force engineer Dan Brubaker and his wife Cathy were looking to earn extra money and keep themselves busy after they left the workforce. Dan went into metal fabrication with a part-time job shop, and his wife went into glass art with Custom Creations, LLC.  Like many other glass artists, Cathy was frustrated by […]

Customer Story January 27, 2023

A Glass Artist Finds Success in the Great White North

Lisa Martin, a self taught glass artist from northern Manitoba, started her glass journey more than 12 years ago as a hobby, making fused glass ornaments for friends and family.  Like most glass artists, she hated enduring long hours spent hand cutting shapes, and how it stifled her creativity. She found herself dreaming of owning […]

Guide January 19, 2023

Waterjet Cutting a Sheetmetal Box or Enclosure

Put the power of Solidworks and a small waterjet cutter to create a precision sheetmetal enclosure.

Guide January 17, 2023

Waterjet Cutting Precision Sheetmetal Assemblies

See how the CNC precision of the small waterjet cutter can create 3 dimensional assemblies from flat stock.

Guide January 09, 2023

Designing and Cutting a Custom Carbon Fiber Quadcopter Frame: 

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.

Guide January 09, 2023

Creating a Polycarbonate Tool Guard Using a CNC Waterjet

A CNC waterjet such as the WAZER is an ideal tool to precisely cut polycarbonate without noxious fumes or the need for specialized tooling.

Customer Story January 03, 2023

7 Ways to Recycle Plastic Waste – One Using a WAZER

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.

Media Coverage January 03, 2023

Waterjet Technology Makes the QC Process Easier & More Accurate

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 […]