Waterjet Cutting


Abrasive waterjet cutting allows you to cut shapes and patterns into virtually any type of material. As the name suggests, the technology utilizes a focused "jet" of highly pressurized water mixed with an abrasive material, such as crushed garnet.

There are some instances where this method of cutting is an absolute necessity.

When both accuracy and flexibility are required for making complex cuts or difficult parts, other methods, such as die cutting or stamping, will not be sufficient enough to deliver satisfying results. Lasers are popular, but they often leave the material warped or marginally damaged, waterjet cutting does not.

Minimize costs

By eliminating the need for retooling, we can deliver lower volume, or even single run, orders that would not be financially feasible otherwise.

Maximize yield

The get the most out of every sheet of material, waterjet cutting creates minimal kerf, and such precision allows for extremely tight tolerances and nesting capabilities.

Quality assurance

You can rest easy with the knowledge that your finished product will arrive free of warping, as the waterjet cutting process does not rely on heat for penetration.

Wide variety

You're options are virtually endless, as waterjet cutting can penetrate nearly any material, at thicknesses up to 8 inches.

Commonly cut materials:

  • Aluminum
  • Brass
  • Carbon Fiber
  • Ceramic
  • Composites
  • Copper
  • Granite
  • Nylon
  • Plastic
  • Plastic Films
  • Plexiglas
  • Polycarbonate
  • Polyurethane
  • Rubber
  • Stainless Steel
  • Steel
  • Stone
  • Thin Foils
  • Titanium
  • Wood

Important note: waterjet cutting is capable of penetrating too many different substrates to list. Please inquire to find out if your material is suitable for this method of cutting.