We provide Water Jet Cutting Services using our state of the art, OMAX 60120 JetMachining Center.
Water Jet Cutting Services
At Tribus, we work with our manufacturing team, Dynamic Machine Works in Englewood, Ohio, to provide the high quality products. By leveraging our Waterjet Cutter, we can help other manufacturers and fellow inventors manifest their ideas. We carry a wide variety of materials and others can be procured specifically for your projects. We are easy to work with and affordable. We have competitive pricing on small quantity jobs. Pricing gets even better on large quantity jobs. Contact us for more information.[maxbutton id=”1″ ]
What is Water Jet Cutting?
A water jet cutter, also known as a water jet or waterjet, is an industrial tool capable of cutting a wide variety of materials using a very high-pressure jet of water, or a mixture of water and an abrasive substance. Typically, water jets are controlled by Computer Numeric Control (CNC) schemas and can accurately cut paths drawn in CAD.
How Does Water Jetting Work?
By leveraging extremely high pressure and combining it with an abrasive aggregate, the water jet slices through sheets of material precisely and cleanly. Some materials lend themselves well to water submersion and help eliminate a lot of the noise generated from the cutting process. Additionally, these methods help keep heat sensitive materials free from strain.
What should you expect?
By providing a simple 2D drawing, you should expect that we can cut virtually any shape. The burr free edge quality and the process that gets implemented during the cutting phase, combined with the quality of our output means the final cut will be free from additional finishing processes. Materials as this as sheets of paper, to 2″ can easily be cut. As long as we collaborate on the files exchanges well, and communicate effectively, you should expect short turn around times.
Below are just a few images of the results of a water jet cuter.
We are the experts and will help you understand through our thorough product vetting processes. Its a simple phone call that gets the necessary information exchange that we need to get you exactly what you expect to receive. There are simple design considerations that we need to make you aware of, things like the water jet thickness and how it impacts the size of what we cut. But those details will be covered in our product vetting call. There are other things details to cover as well but for the most part, that is the guidance you should expect.
Contact Us to Proceed
Please submit the quote form to start the process. Tribus has rapid response times and is often available immediately.[maxbutton id=”1″ ]