Do you need a flat part manufacturing process that can handle a wide range of materials at varying thicknesses with a fast turnaround time? Do your flat parts require secondary processes such as tapped holes, countersunk holes, or custom hardware? Water jet cutting has many advantages over torch, plasma, or laser cutting.
While abrasive water jet cutting has been in industrial use since 1982, the last 10 years have brought about major advancements that make waterjet a practical process for an increasing variety of parts.
Water jet cutting—also commonly called abrasive water jet—is an extremely versatile machining process that uses ultra high pressure water, mixed with an abrasive to cut virtually any material.
The team here at Wagner researched many abrasive water jet manufacturers and had test parts cut on various machines before going with OMAX.
Our advanced abrasive water jet machines, additional machining capabilities, and years of experience, make us the best choice for water jet parts. When you choose Wagner’s water jet cutting services, you’ll enjoy these extra benefits:
For your next project, abrasive water jet or otherwise, choose a precision machine shop that’s been honing its craft since 1982. Request a quote from Wagner and one of our project managers will contact you quickly to discuss next steps.