Vives University of Applied Sciences in Kortrijk (Belgium) in the first place teaches technical bachelor’s students. But the school focuses on applied research and services as well. In the summer of 2015, Vives University of Applied Sciences purchased an ACM 3015 waterjet cutting machine from Resato. IWT Mechanics teacher Tom Scharlaken and two of his students talked to us about the machine.
Vives Kortrijk Tom Scharlaken
Despite the large supply of waterjet cutting machines on the market, Vives University of Applied Sciences opted for Resato after a test sample. This was due to the high cutting quality, user-friendliness and the software.Tom: “The fact that Resato produces the machines itself, develops the software and builds the pumps creates confidence”.
In addition, Tom indicated that the contact with Resato went smoothly and that it was thought of in a helpful way. “This machine is designed to meet the needs and wishes of the industry. The same industry demands high quality standards. Resato has managed to meet the needs of the industry. That’s why Vives University of Applied Sciences has confidence in the Resato waterjet,” says Tom.