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Water jet cutting

Water Jet Cutting is a sophisticated modern technique for cutting soft materials like paper through to the hardest substances such as titanium, ceramics, steel and granite.

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Water jet cutting

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  1. Waterjet TechnologyFrom K Cut

  2. What is Water Jet? -> Waterjet cutting technology is a unique, advanced level of automation able to cut almost all materials efficiently and maintaining a cost effective advantage. -> Waterjet, simply put, takes normal tap water pressurizes it up to 60,000 psi then pushes it through a diamond orifice and focusing tube. -> Waterjet allows tremendous flexibility and versatility in manufacturing and provides for more cutting possibilities.

  3. Advantages to Waterjet Cutting ->In waterjet cutting, there is no heat generated. This is especially useful for cutting tool steel and other metals where excessive heat may change the properties of the material. ->Unlike machining or grinding, waterjet cutting does not produce any dust or particles that are harmful if inhaled. ->The kerf width in waterjet cutting is very small, and very little material is wasted. ->Waterjet cutting can be easily used to produce prototype parts very efficiently. An operator can program the dimensions of the part into the control station, and the waterjet will cut the part out exactly as programmed. This is much faster and cheaper than drawing detailed prints of a part and then having a machinist cut the part out. ->Waterjet cutting can be easily automated for production use.

  4. Contact us KCut Ltd - Whitegate, White Lund Industrial Estate, Morecambe, Lancs, LA3 3BT Tel: 01524 842974 Fax: 01524 64869 e-mail: info@k-cut.co.uk http://www.k-cut.co.uk/

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