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Colorado WaterJet named finalist in Colorado Companies to Watch

May 16, 2013

Colorado WaterJet (CWJ), an abrasive waterjet shape cutting job shop in Berthoud, Colo., has been recognized as a Colorado Companies to Watch finalist. Colorado Companies to Watch honors second-stage companies that develop valuable products and services, create quality jobs, enrich communities,...

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TriTech Solutions USA installs Techni Waterjet system

April 25, 2013

TriTech Solutions, a new metal fabricating company in Appomattox, Va., has installed a waterjet system from Techni Waterjet. The machine can cut metal up to 6 in. thick. Its tilted head allows it to cut a beveled edge, as well as cut along the length, width, or height of an object....

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Colorado WaterJet adds 5-axis waterjet capabilities

April 18, 2013

Colorado WaterJet Co., Berthoud, Colo., has added a new Flow Mach 4C 5-axis waterjet machine to its precision machining and fabrication services, offering accurate beveling and 3-D cutting capabilities. The system's 5-axis capabilities provide up to 60 degrees of motion for intricate, precision...

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Barton Intl. launches website, e-store

March 19, 2013

Barton Intl., Glens Falls, N.Y., a supplier of abrasives and consumables for waterjet cutting systems, has established a website and e-store. The recently redesigned site at www.barton.com offers simplified navigation using graphic links to each of the company’s primary product lines: garnet...

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OMAX recognized for leadership in educational outreach - TheFabricator.com

OMAX recognized for leadership in educational outreach

March 13, 2013

OMAX® Corp., Kent, Wash., a designer and manufacturer of advanced abrasive waterjet technology, has received the inaugural Inspire Award from the Pacific Northwest Aerospace Alliance (PNAA). The award acknowledges the company's leadership and creativity in cultivating student interest in...

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TECHNI Waterjet names distributor for New England

March 7, 2013

TECHNI Waterjet™, Lenexa, Kan., has announced that Aquajet Cutting Technology, Bloomfield, Conn., is distributing its 2-D and 3-D waterjet cutting machinery in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and New York. Aquajet Cutting Technology, a division of...

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Hypertherm opens new facility that will create up to 500 new jobs - TheFabricator.com

Hypertherm opens new facility that will create up to 500 new jobs

March 5, 2013

Hypertherm, a U.S. based manufacturer of advanced cutting systems, celebrated the grand opening of a new 160,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Lebanon, New Hampshire, on March 4. The additional manufacturing space is expected to facilitate the creation of up to 500 new jobs for New...

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WARDJet creates largest combination waterjet, CMC milling platform for AMRC with Boeing

January 22, 2013

WARDJet Inc., a designer and manufacturer of waterjet and CNC platforms in Tallmadge, Ohio, has partnered with the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) with Boeing in Sheffield, U.K., to create what it says is one of the largest combination waterjet and CNC milling platforms in the world...

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Jet Edge awarded U.S. patent for ultrahigh-pressure waterjet seal

January 16, 2013

Jet Edge Inc., St. Michael, Minn., has announced it has received a patent for a mechanism that provides metal-on-metal sealing without the use of conventional plastic seals. This technology uses two convex, curved surfaces in single-line contact with one another to seal ultrahigh-pressure (UHP)...

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U.S. Army's Blackhorse Regiment installs Jet Edge waterjet system - TheFabricator.com

U.S. Army's Blackhorse Regiment installs Jet Edge waterjet system

January 9, 2013

Jet Edge Inc., St. Michael, Minn., has announced that the U.S. Army's legendary 11th Armored Calvary Regiment (ACR) has installed a Jet Edge precision waterjet cutting system at its home base in Fort Irwin, Calif. The 11th ACR — the Blackhorse Regiment — is well-known for serving as...

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Hypertherm acquires AccuStream waterjet products company

January 3, 2013

Hypertherm, a U.S.-based manufacturer of advanced cutting systems, has announced the acquisition of AccuStream, a Minnesota-based manufacturer of waterjet cutting products. "AccuStream's core values and focus on building reliable, highly precise cutting products makes the company a perfect fit for...

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Precision Waterjet Concepts installs third Jet Edge waterjet cutting system

December 11, 2012

Precision Waterjet Concepts Inc. has installed a third Jet Edge waterjet cutting system at its five-axis and three-axis waterjet cutting facility in Pequot Lakes, Minn. The 4- by 4-ft. high rail gantry machine is equipped with four abrasivejet cutting heads. The system is powered by a 150-HP...

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IMS WaterJet adds foreman - TheFabricator.com

IMS WaterJet adds foreman

December 3, 2012

IMS WaterJet Inc., a manufacturer of USA-made waterjet cutting systems, has hired Thomas DeMatteo as shop foreman of its new facility in Waterbury, Conn. Before joining the company, DeMatteo was CNC toolmaker and tooling engineer at Radiall...

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IMS WaterJet names VP of sales - TheFabricator.com

IMS WaterJet names VP of sales

October 29, 2012

IMS WaterJet Inc., Waterbury, Conn., has promoted Bill Zomro to vice president of sales for the U.S. and Canada. He was hired in April as the company's eastern regional sales manager. In his new position, he oversees the company's relationship with distributors and customers across North...

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IMS WaterJet relocates headquarters to larger facility

October 23, 2012

IMS WaterJet Inc., a manufacturer of waterjet cutting systems, has moved to a new headquarters facility in Waterbury, Conn. The site, which is four times larger than its previous facility in Oxford, Conn., enables the company to produce bigger, more elaborate and specialized machines that it...

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