Waterjet Cutting Services in Melbourne
Waterjet cutting uses a combination of high pressure water at 3790 bar (55,000 psi) with an abrasive feed directed at the material surface as the cutting medium.
Waterjet cutting has a number of advantages over laser cutting, and is particularly suitable with low melting point and inflammable materials such as aluminium.
Waterjet cutting has applications with stone, granite and composite materials, where the erosion process is not as stressful as conventional methods.
Waterjet Cutting Material Specifications
- Material sheet size to 1500 x 3000mm
- Cutting thickness to 100mm
- Maximum operating pressure 3792bar (55,000psi)
Materials suitable for Waterjet Cutting
- Aluminium alloys
- Composite Materials
- Stainless Steel
- Inconel and Tools Steels
- Titanium alloy