What can waterjet cutting do?

A large sample selection of waterjet cut parts in a variety of materials
large gear cog wheel waterjet cut from steel plate

A small selection of samples of the waterjet cutting process abilities are shown below, for a more detailed look at what we could do see our BLOG

Waterjet, a cold-cutting process is the best method to cut all metals with high detail and small features with no heat effects

Ceramic, porcelain tiles and natural stones can be accurately cut to accept inlaid features for entrances, floors, or walls

Your designs can be intricately water jet cut into small and large parts in carbon fiber sheets and plates in a variety of thicknesses

With the cold-cutting process of waterjet, detailed designs can be cut into steel and many other materials for quality signage

Brass can look amazing waterjet cut with a detailed design and manufactured into a decorative panel for a room divider or screen

Waterjet can cut virtually any 2D shape in virtually any material!

Safire Waterjet cutting specialists offer the precision water jet cutting of virtually any material. The cut accuracy is excellent, the cutting process is an erosion process meaning the range of materials that can be water jet cut is vast only ever limited by the material’s own characteristics. Waterjet cutting is a cold cutting process meaning there is no heat build up in the cut resulting in more stable and more intricate cut parts.
Waterjet cutting is a process that uses very high-pressure water to cut cleanly and accurately right through virtually any material and we can have virtually any two-dimensional shape cut within the scope of the machines. Below is a small selection of different materials we have cut in the past.

The range of materials is endless!

A large sample selection of waterjet cut parts in a variety of materials

Materials that can be water jet cut

Materials that can be water jet cut include all metals and it’s alloys including but not limited to stainless steel, steel, aluminum, titanium, Inconel, spring steel, tool steel, hardened metals, copper, brass, bronze, armor plate, ceramics, porcelain, glass, glass mirror, fused glass, concrete, natural stone, plastics, pvc, acrylic, rubber, polyurethane, tufnol, G10 laminate, Fr4 laminate, high-density polyethylene, polypropylene, acetal, HDPE, phenolic resin, plywood, mdf, hardboard, lino, foam, carbon fibre, felt, felt fur, ferrite, polystyrene

and much more.

Mixed materials of various thicknesses and qualities including reflective, fragile, soft, hard materials, and even hardened tool steels can be cut without affecting the hardness and as water jet cutting is a cold cutting process there is no heat affected zone (HAZ) which means there is no change to the materials structure or form. 

So what is water jet cutting? How does water jet cutting work? Is waterjet cutting accurate?
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Water jet explained in detail by Safire water jet