LEARN ALL ABOUT Water jet CUTTING
Learn why water jets are the go-to for any cutting: for product prototyping, small-scale manufacturing, automating difficult cuts and education.
All waterjets, including WAZER, leave behind a slight draft angle when cutting. Learn about the draft angle you can expect from a WAZER waterjet and how to reduce it in your cutting.
Some artists may be intimidated by CAD or CNC tools. This article and video show how to start with computer-aided design, and how to maintain creativity, even with CAD.
This study reports on WAZER’s precision, plus advice for accurate cutting with your WAZER.
Shim stock is hard to work with. But the WAZER water jet can accurately and repeatedly cut parts out of very thin shim stock. This article shows you how.
The WAZER requires fresh water input, and a drain water output. This guide, and video, explains it all so that you can easily meet WAZER’s requirements.
The possibilities are endless when working in sheet metal, but what about creating 3D assemblies from it? You’ll never look at any shape the same again after reading this how-to guide on designing in CAD and cutting sheet metal with a WAZER waterjet.
You know the WAZER can cut hard materials like steel and aluminum, but what about waterjet cut foam? See how well a small waterjet works for creating custom foam packaging inserts.
In this tutorial, we explore how the tolerance stack-up affects the assembly of a multipart stained glass design and how to take the tolerance stack-up into consideration and make intricate cool designs.
Carbon fiber is 5x stronger than steel and twice as stiff. making it ideal for drone parts. It is challenging to work with, however. Thankfully, the WAZER is good for cutting precision parts in carbon fiber.