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Maybe the first thing about waterjet you want to know is “How thick can they cut?” This question is every one will ask before deciding to buy a water jet. But, the question may lead to misleading answers.

A machinability study of polymer matrix composites using abrasive waterjet cutting technology

Journal of Materials Processing Technology, 94/1(1999), pp. 30-35. A machinability study of polymer matrix composites using abrasive waterjet cutting technology Jun Wang School of Mechanical, Manufacturing and Medical engineering, Queensland University of Technology, GPO Box 2434, Brisbane, Qld. 4001, Australia. Fax: (+61.7) 3864 1469, Email: j.wang@qut.edu.au Abstract Abrasive Waterjet (AWJ) cutting is an emerging technology for […]

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Water Jet Cutting Maximum Thickness

Maybe the first thing about waterjet you want to know is “How thick can they cut?” This question is every one will ask before deciding to buy a water jet. But, the question may lead to misleading answers. Or, on the other way, it means the question is not clearly. For example, the Grand Canyon was essentially cut with an […]

How much is the max thickness if I want to cut steel?

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, […]