What is it and how does it work?
cutting is a process by which the toughest and yet most delicate materials are cut /sliced, and custom sized to perfection leaving edges unscathed and smooth. Water Jets can cut materials that lasers cannot cut and can do it without heat thus leaving metal edges intact. Water jets can cut through thick materials of up to 10 inches kerfs
(thickness) width, straighter than any other machine. With less set up and no noxious fumes, operators prefer to work with water jet cutters than any other type of cutter.
The materials that water jet cutting machinery can slice through include: aluminum, copper, steel, marble, and granite. These are the ideal materials for water cutting.
These materials can be sensitive to heat thus a water jet is an optimal method for cutting. All you need is an AutoCAD file that demonstrates the exact dimensions of your proposal and it's as simple as that!
Utilizing water at an intense pressure, these machines have a fast turnaround, are accurate and can create industry standard materials to build the future.
Who are you?
You are a manufacturer who wants materials cut as fast as possible to deliver large parts that require minimal secondary finishing
and fewer scraps thus utilizing the most of your material.
You are anybody who requires the use of a water jet cutter to create your products faster and more cost effectively; and you value the ability of a water jet to create intricate designs.
You want to hire a company that is reliable, highly knowledgeable in this technology, and can give you the best price to get the job done.
Who does it?
This machine is available in industrial factories through companies such as Advanced Profiles
where leading experts can handle your toughest and largest jobs. Skilled operators and dedicated consultants will ensure your project is completed to your satisfaction on budget and on time.
Don't hesitate to contact Advanced Profiles and visit the website http://advancedprofiles.com/
to learn more about all your cutting needs including Water jet and Plasma cutting in Toronto, Ontario.