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This method uses a thin, very high-pressure waterjet that provides a clean, precise cut in soft or porous materials as well as thin plastics.
It does not stress or distort the materials when cutting, as is the case with die cutting or stamping. The waterjet makes a perpendicular cut through the material without rounding, which can occur with die cutting.
Contrary to methods using heat, such as laser cutting, the waterjet does not affect the material’s properties and generates no smoke or harmful gas.
Typical materials used in waterjet cutting:
- Thin plastics
- Rubbers, silicone
- Foams (foam, Ethafoam)
- Materials for weathertight seals
- And many more
- Work surface: 72 in. x 144 in. (1828 mm x 3657 mm)
- Maximum thickness: up to 6 in. (152 mm), depending on the material
- Programmable automation
- Optimal use of materials