Easily Cut Virtually Any Material
In standard waterjet cutting, the stream remains perpendicular to the material being cut at all times. The supersonic stream accelerates abrasive particles and erodes the material. It is capable of cutting hard materials such as metals, glass, stone, and composites. Using standard parameters, this cutting head can cut materials with hardness up to and slightly beyond aluminum oxide ceramic (often called alumina, AD 99.9) and over 10 inches thick.