Edge Quality and Your Budget

Edge quality is probably the most important factor to consider when it comes to waterjet cutting, and this is directly related to the speed of the cut. That is why quotes between waterjet cutting companies may vary drastically among one another and specifying cut quality is necessary to get an accurate quote and to ensure you Continue reading

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Water and Metal

When I used to picture metal cutting, I would always picture incredibly heavy, large machining pieces. Basically the only way I could picture cutting metal was by using metal. However, I later learned that there are other ways to achieve metal cutting, and it is a very interesting process. One option that is becoming increasingly common is water jet Continue reading

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Many Abrasive Options

There are so many advantages to water jet cutting. But what do you do in those situations where you need something a little bit stronger than simply water to get the job done? In these times, a good option is to choose abrasive jet machining. This is a form of water jet cutting that uses abrasive materials in the jet stream for extra strength and carving Continue reading

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The Grand Canyon and Water Cutting

Nature has always fascinated me. The great accomplishments it is able to make in forming the world in which we live. Take for example, the Grand Canyon. Considered to be one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the Crand Canyon is a massive canyon located in Arizona in the United States. It is 277 miles long, can be up to 18 miles wide and Continue reading

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Industry Event: IMTS 2012

Beginning on September 10, 2012 and lasting through the 15th, is an event that those in the manufacturing industries will not want to miss out on! The International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) is ready to present the latest and greatest technologies and innovations that the industry has to offer! It is the perfect opportunity to network Continue reading

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Cutting Vegetables

When people typically think of cutting food, they picture a knife. This is what most use in homes as they are easily available and it is not difficult to do. However in food processing, where numerous items need to be cut over and over and over… knife cutting can get very tiring, very quickly. Not to mention the fact that it is a slightly dirty method because it could Continue reading

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