Waterjet Cutting

The waterjet cutting technology area has information on the machines and processes, but it doesn't stop there. It also covers abrasives, hoses, nozzles, and pumps.

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Jet Edge posts used waterjet cutting equipment on Web site

January 18, 2012

Jet Edge Inc., St. Michael, Minn., now is posting used waterjet equipment for sale on its Web site at www.jetedge.com. The used waterjet equipment inventory includes ultrahigh-pressure, tie-rod design intensifier pumps, motion systems, parts and accessories, and mobile cleaning and cutting...

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Bystronic names western Canada representative

January 9, 2012

Bystronic Inc., Elgin, Ill., has named Akhurst Machinery Co. as its distributor in western Canada, providing local sales and technical support. Bystronic is a manufacturer of press brakes, precision lasers, waterjet machinery, and automation and material handling systems....

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Waterjet cutting machine has extended tank, three independently controlled heads - TheFabricator.com

Waterjet cutting machine has extended tank, three independently controlled heads

November 27, 2011

WARDJet's ZX-2546 waterjet cutting machine has an extended tank and cross-beam design to enable triple-head cutting while allowing for single-head cutting of a full 8- by 12-ft. sheet. Each of the three heads is controlled independently by its own AC servomotor. This allows for independent...

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Techni Waterjet-ANCA form partnership

November 27, 2011

Techni Waterjet, Shawnee Mission, Kan., has signed the ANCA Group as its new equity partner. With the agreement, ANCA takes a 25 percent share in Techni over the next two years, with options to develop a closer partnership in the future. ANCA is a developer of CNC technology and a manufacturer of...

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Waterjet cutting system features work surfaces up to 60 x 120 in. - TheFabricator.com

Waterjet cutting system features work surfaces up to 60 x 120 in.

November 21, 2011

MultiCam® Inc. has added the Value-Series waterjet to its product line. This pure water or abrasive cutting system features work surfaces up to 60 by 120 in. Fully enclosed bellows protect the Y and Z axes from abrasive garnet buildup. The X axis features dual drives and completely covered,...

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Models added to abrasive waterjet line

November 7, 2011

MAXIEM Waterjets, a division of OMAX® Corp., has added 16 new abrasive waterjet machines to its line of JetCutting centers. The 2000, 3000, and 4000 series employ the same 50,000-PSI, direct-drive pump technology as OMAX's JetMachining® centers. They also feature Intelli-MAX® software and...

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Flow Intl. to use Nexen roller pinion systems in waterjet machines - TheFabricator.com

Flow Intl. to use Nexen roller pinion systems in waterjet machines

October 24, 2011

Nexen Group Inc., Vadnais Heights, Minn., has entered into an exclusive agreement with Flow Intl. Corp., Kent, Wash., to use Nexen's roller pinion system for Flow’s new line of waterjet machines. The system offers linear positioning with zero backlash for high-precision motion control...

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Bystronic celebrates 25th anniversary - TheFabricator.com

Bystronic celebrates 25th anniversary

October 18, 2011

Swiss company Bystronic, a supplier of lasers, press brakes, waterjets, software, and automation equipment for sheet metal processing, marks its 25th anniversary this year. In light of this, the company celebrated the milestone over a three week period in September at its world headquarters in...

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Bystronic introduces financial arm - TheFabricator.com

Bystronic introduces financial arm

September 28, 2011

Bystronic Inc. has introduced a new financial arm, ByFinances, to assist customers in purchasing the company's equipment. According to the company, the service features an easy application and approval process, competitive rates, and programs independent from banks and market...

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Service Metal Fabricating helps fabricate 9/11 Memorial

September 19, 2011

The National September 11 Memorial at ground zero, unveiled Sept. 11, 2011, consists of a beautiful memorial park showcasing 152 brass plates positioned around the memorial pools built in the footprints of the twin towers. Service Metal Fabricating, a family business in Rockaway, N.J., was chosen...

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Metal cutting controller has expanded functionality

September 14, 2011

Hypertherm has announced plans to produce the new MicroEDGE Pro CNC with the latest Phoenix® version 9 software. The CNC delivers customizable control for a variety of cutting applications. The software expands the control's functionality for multiple plasma bevel designs, waterjet, and cutting...

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No weak link allowed - TheFabricator.com

No weak link allowed

September 2, 2011

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Holloway Houston Inc. uses waterjet cutting to fabricate critical linkages for its extreme testbed that's capable of exerting up to 5,000 tons of pulling force. Any weak link between the workpiece and testbed structure can render the pull test invalid--which is why waterjet cutting components to extremely tight tolerances is so important.

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AccuStream celebrates 10 years in business - TheFabricator.com

AccuStream celebrates 10 years in business

August 23, 2011

AccuStream, a manufacturer of waterjet equipment and products for the waterjet industry in New Brighton, Minn., marks its 10th anniversary this year. Founded in 2001, the company began as a single OEM replacement parts supplier. Since then the company has expanded its replacement parts offering...

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MultiCam Inc. names Florida Technology Center sales manager - TheFabricator.com

MultiCam Inc. names Florida Technology Center sales manager

August 1, 2011

MultiCam® Inc., Dallas, has appointed James Anderson to sales manager of its Technology Center in Orlando, Fla. He was the technical support supervisor in that location for the past nine years. A former small-business owner in the metal fabrication industry, Anderson has experience in...

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Three waterjet heads are better than one

June 2, 2011

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Metals & Services, Addison, Ill., didn't get caught up in the excitement of the 90,000-PSI waterjet pumps that seemed to be all the rage at recent tradeshows. Company management did its own homework and found that using a 60,000-PSI pump with multiple heads works out just swimmingly for its waterjet cutting operations.

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