What is Waterjet Cutting?
How Does it Work?
Our Waterjet Cutting Capabilities
Types of Waterjet Cutting
Benefits Of Waterjet Cutting
Waterjet parts are typically cut from sheet or plate material and require no special clamps, fixtures or tool changes. This translates to quicker production and lower cost.
Waterjet cutting can be used on most metals, many plastics, wood and stone. It can be used to cut many materials that would be difficult to machine using other methods, such as heat-treated alloy steel.
Machining methods like laser cutting and EDM heat the material and the parts will need to be heat treated again after machining. Waterjet cut parts retain their heat treatment when cut. This means that you can start with pre-heat treated material and keep your costs down.
Why Choose ASTEORD for Waterjet Cutting?
Waterjet Cutting Materials