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Waterjet Cutting Companies and Services

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  • Pequot Lakes, MN 218-568-5052

    Precision Waterjet Concepts features 5-axis waterjet cutting for true three dimensional cutting along with 2-axis waterjet cutting. We cut stainless steel, aluminum, carbon steels, alloys, and specialty materials such as security glass, carbon fiber, and foam. Precision Waterjet Concepts can handle intricate, complex cuts on virtually any material for any industry. Our innovative craftsmen can manufacture parts with exceptional edge and structural quality. We are proudly ISO 9001:2015 certified.

  • Muncie, IN 765-288-4575

    Waterjet Fabricating provides water jet machining at prices much lower than traditional machine shops. Abrasive water jet cutting is offered from prototyping to high volumes. Waterjet Fabricating employees have years of design experience and are devoted to complete customer satisfaction. Full CAD capabilities and a full line machine shop. One decorative piece to 100s of waterjet cut parts.

  • Elkhart, IN 574-293-3342

    For over 30 years, Micro Etch Technologies has been a trusted provider of quality waterjet cutting services. Our water jet equipment is great for prototyping, fast and reliable for production, and can quickly change from job to job. Material cutting capabilities include plastic, rubber, copper, aluminum, titanium, and many more. Tolerances for certain applications can be held at +- .001". Contact us today to put our experience to work for your product needs.

  • Houston, TX 800-324-7310

    The 88,000 square foot facility and state of the art equipment gives the team at Source Metals the capacity to offer laser cutting, water jet cutting, flame and plasma cutting services, as well as stocking carbon, alloy, aluminum and stainless sheet and plate. Source Metals guarantees its turn key solutions and customer satisfaction.

  • Morrisville, NC 919-388-2251

    Veteran-owned ADR Hydro-Cut is an expert in high pressure water jet cutting and abrasive jet machining for a vast array of materials including stone, glass, metal and even delicate food materials. ADR is well-suited to meet your custom water jet cutting needs with a precise and budget-friendly solution. In addition to superior quality results, ADR Hydro-Cut offers free quotes and timely service.

  • Huntington Beach, CA 800-998-1885

    MILCO is a company that believes that quality assurance must be implemented into every step of the manufacturing of a customers' product to achieve our ultimate goal; complete customer satisfaction. MILCO’s water jet machining is of the highest quality. Please call today or visit MILCO’s website for full product and service descriptions—you won’t regret it!

  • Kent, WA 800-446-3569

    Flow International Corporation is a manufacturer of ultrahigh-pressure (UHP) abrasive waterjet cutting and blast cleaning equipment for a wide range of surface prep applications. Provides water jet machining solutions to industries including marine, construction, industrial paint and oil.

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Waterjet Cutting

Water jet cutting is a cold cutting fabrication process that uses high pressure water nozzles to pierce a wide variety of materials and shape them. Flat or semi-flat materials like metal, glass, plastic, foam, marble, stone and wood are cut using either pure water or water mixed with abrasive particles like garnet or diamond for added strength. These are used on tougher materials like metal and stone.

Products cut using water jets have clean, smooth cuts without any burrs, and since no heat is used during processing, the material properties like temperature resistance and color are not altered. Depending on the strength of the material being cut and the desired rate of production, water jet cutter nozzles spray water at pressures between 30,000 and 90,000 pounds per square inch (PSI). The automotive, aerospace, manufacturing, food processing, lumber, architectural, building construction and electronic industries all use or manufacture products that go through the water jet cutting process during fabrication. Machinery components like gears, tiles and mirrors as well as car, train and plane components and stone flooring are often shaped by the water jet cutting process.

Most modern water jet cutting machines are fully automated and use CNC (computer numerical controlled) software to determine and control the route of the jet; the labor cost of water jet cutting processes can be low for this reason. A drawing of the desired shape or design is downloaded into CAD/CAM software, and the water jets follow its path. Close precision reduces waste and the need for secondary machining processes. It does not create any harmful dust or particles that workers could inhale, and it produces high volumes of products with minimal waste or scrap material. The water jet cutters are mostly made of stainless steel and contain a water reservoir, abrasive containers and a high pressure water pump with a nozzle attached. Both the water and any abrasives used are recycled many times through the machine. They are combined in a mixing tube, shot through a nozzle at high pressure and then re-circulated back into their separate storage areas. Water jet cutters are very effective and can cut many materials; the exceptions are brittle materials like some ceramic varieties as well as strong materials like diamond, which are too strong to be cut by water.
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