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. The term abrasivejet refers specifically to the use of a mixture of water and abrasive to cut hard materials such as metal or granite, while the terms pure waterjet and water-only cutting refer to waterjet cutting without the use of added abrasives, often used for softer materials such as wood or rubber.
Waterjet cutting is often used during fabrication of machine parts. It is the preferred method when the materials being cut are sensitive to the high temperatures generated by other methods. Waterjet cutting is used in various industries, including mining and aerospace, for cutting, shaping, and reaming.
Yes, it is. The water is supplied to the intensifier which is critical to waterjet cutting. It is because the intensifier directly influence the service life of the equipment components, such as check valves, seals and orifices. Before installing the waterjet system, we recommend you should have a water quality analysis report supported by a […]
It costs approximate one gallon water per minute during process depending on the cutting head orifice size. In addition, 3 to 5 gallons per minute are used to cool the waterjet pump, and the water could be recycled. article from: http://waterjetapw.com waterjet http://waterjetapw.com
An operator who does not have experience should be able to learn how to operate and maintain a waterjet cutting machine as long as one week at least. CAD/CAM nesting software training only needs few hours even you do not have any experience. article from: http://waterjetapw.com waterjet http://waterjetapw.com
Generally, the tolerance is ±0.1mm. article from: http://waterjetapw.com waterjet http://waterjetapw.com
APW waterjet cutting systems can be controlled by PC-based motion control systems that can accept any CAD files. article from: http://waterjetapw.com waterjet http://waterjetapw.com
Virtually, our waterjet could cut almost any materials, including all metal, glass, composites, stone, laminates, tile etc. article from: http://waterjetapw.com waterjet http://waterjetapw.com
There are two limits about max thickness. One is practical limit, the other one is physical limit. The practical limit means for most materials, the condition is about 100mm thick. If the metal thicker than that thickness, the tolerances will be dropped and the machining time will be increased. For some projects, like cutting titanium, […]
On average, it costs $10 per hour. Additional necessary expenses includes consumable parts, garnet, water, electricity and labor. Labor cost is base on the location. article from: http://waterjetapw.com waterjet http://waterjetapw.com
What is the consumption of abrasives waterjet? How much will it consume per hour? The abrasive waterjet always uses #80 garnet, and will cost 25kg garnet per hour. article from: http://waterjetapw.com waterjet http://waterjetapw.com
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Commonly, “Water jet”can be used as both “water-only” water jet and “abrasive” water jet cutting. Water-only water jets cut with ultra-high pressure water alone. Abrasive water jets cut with an abrasive material (usually garnet) which added to the water stream. Water-only water jets are used to cut through softer materials such as rubber and foam. Abrasive […]
Through the ruby orifice, the soft water stream rushes out under the speed of 700m/s. It is even harder than diamond, cutting 40 meters wide, 30 meters long Titanium plate, and different shapes of air plane wing skins, with only 1.2 mm cutting kerf and 0.1mm cutting accuracy. After 12 years hard working, Mr. Wu […]