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Watch short presentations given by the experts in waterjet. Review previous presentations or register for upcoming live events where you can have your questions answered in an interactive Q&A segment. Look for dates of our upcoming webinars or listen in on previously recorded presentations.

Flow and SME Webinar:  Capabilities and Advancements in Waterjet Technology

Featured Webinar: Waterjet Cutting for Fabricators: How a waterjet fits in your shop

Waterjet solutions have grown to be one of the fastest growing major machine tool processes of the past 15 years. Regarded as the most versatile process in the world waterjet systems allow fabricators to take on any manner of work. This webinar will discuss the versatility of the waterjet cold-cutting process that is simple to operate and affordable.

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Past Webinars

The Evolution of Waterjet Programming

In this webinar presentation, waterjet experts discuss common waterjet challenges, the history of waterjet software and programming. They also share real-world examples of 5-Axis cutting.

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Higher Pressure & 3D Cutting

Interested in learning about the latest in waterjet cutting technology? In this short presentation, waterjet technology experts reveal why higher pressure works better.  Also discussed is the cutting evolution of 2D to 3D.

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Featured Webinar: Capabilities & Advancements in Waterjet Technology with SME

Waterjet has unique characteristics that have made it one of the fastest growing manufacturing technologies of the past dozen years. In this webinar, Flow and Manufacturing Engineering discuss how the attributes of waterjet cutting and the latest advancements in technology might contribute to your shop.

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3D Waterjet Cutting: Adding a New Dimension of Opportunity

In this webinar presentation, waterjet experts discuss challenges unique to multi-axis waterjet cutting and utilizing multi-axis waterjet technology to produce highly complex parts. They also share examples of how the latest Dynamic Waterjet® XD technology can be used to grow and expand your business.

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Why You Should Consider a Waterjet

In this webinar presentation, waterjet experts discuss what makes a waterjet special, productivity and versatility gains. They also reference secure and emerging applications.

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Waterjet Dictionary

Waterjet terms might seem unusual if you are new to the technology. Review waterjet technology definitions (from the everyday to the obscure), so you can feel confident in your waterjet know how.

Jump into this handy resource to help de-mystify waterjet terminology.

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Ask Dr. Hashish

Dr. Mohamed Hashish led the Flow team of engineers in the 1970’s who invented the abrasive waterjet.  Dr. Hashish is a world leading expert in high pressure design (with over 45 patents) and tribology, and quite frankly, one of the nicest, most brilliant people you will meet. 

Even with his mountainous list of credentials, he’s willing to answer your personal waterjet questions. It doesn’t get much better than that.

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Dr. Mohamed Hashish drawing waterjet equations on clear board.