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October 24, 2023
Small waterjets make parts to keep drones flying

A small, accessible waterjet can play a pivotal role in keeping drones flying. Drones, susceptible to wear or damage, can require part replacements or upgrades. While some replacement parts may be readily available, others might be out of stock, discontinued, or come from distant suppliers. With an in-house accessible waterjet, such as the WAZER, drone engineers can easily produce on-demand replacements when needed, to properly replicate the originals.

Read in Composites in Manufacturing, how drone designers and manufacturers are using in-house CNC waterjets to move from concept to prototype production, creating new parts in the same day to validate their design ideas. 

WAZER cutting carbon fiber
WAZER cutting carbon fiber