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angle-left Waterjet cutting: aspects to consider before investing

Waterjet cutting: aspects to consider before investing

Waterjet cutting addresses various problems, often related to the diversity of materials that can be cut. It's often chosen for its versatility and the responsiveness it provides to its users. The technology also offers various advantages in the overall production process. How can a water jet cutting machine help improve the different production phases: finishing stage, workpiece removal, welding...?

The cutting speed of a water jet machine (compared to laser cutting, for example) is often considered as a liability to its use. Therefore, the question remains: How do you deal with the abrasive for obtaining optimum results from a cutting speed point of view? How to optimize the operating cost? And on top of that, how to improve the productivity of the waterjet cutting station while compensating for the drawbacks associated with cutting speed

Metal-Interface interviewed Eric Le Strat, sales manager at Resato, who offered them some insight to help address these challenges, based on his technical experience.

Read the interview here.

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