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 water jets are the go-to for any cutting: for product prototyping, small-scale manufacturing, automating difficult cuts and education.
A small waterjet for aerospace is out of this world
Read in Aerospace Manufacturing and Design about how companies are exploring better options for producing prototypes – they’re bringing new digital manufacturing tools into the engineering department itself. See how a desktop waterjet fits into their plans.
News From Around the Glass Globe
What started as a hobby to spend her downtime has now grown into second business for glass artist Cathy Minyard.
Cathy is the only producer of these very unique barber shop globes. Word spread, largely via social media, so that barbers and collectors across the country are now contacting her and ordering not just one, but sometimes even six or more globes at a time.
Tutorial: Handling cutting tolerances when dealing with stacked glass elements
Overview An earlier tutorial introduced the concept of “Offset” and how offsets matter when cutting glass for different joining methods. Yet there is another aspect to consider when it comes to introducing more parts to our glass art – tolerance stack-up. Whether we design digitally or by hand, the design dimensions of a part will […]
Running with Team WAZER
This past week Team WAZER ran in a charity 5k to support the Boys and Girls Club of Stamford in Connecticut. Great weather. Fast runs!
A small waterjet for education remains a strong choice
Steve Oddy, managing director of Denford, talks through just five of the fantastic benefits the Wazer small waterjet brings to schools, colleges and universities.
Modern technology, like a small waterjet, is helping to preserve the glass industry
Glass Art Magazine is a go-to resource for information and inspiration for glass art lovers around the world. They wrote about how a small waterjet like the WAZER can revolutionize the glass business.
Rapid prototyping relies on speed, accuracy, and materials choices for success
Read how hundreds of companies have made the jump to a small waterjet and are enjoying unparalleled success in their rapid prototyping workflow as well as their end product.
Transform and rise up!
The guys at Make it Extreme are at it again. See how they use their experience and an array of tools, including a WAZER small waterjet, to transform a clunky electric commuter car into a firebreathing racer.
How Affordable Technology is Leveling the Playing Field and Revitalizing Small Businesses
Industrial Supply Magazine writes that compact manufacturing technology, including CNC machinery such as the WAZER waterjet, is helping start-up companies and small businesses bring manufacturing back to local communities.
Delivering a First Class Flight Experience
See how captains of industry prefer a small waterjet for aviation, cutting materials quickly and affordably for production and prototyping.