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Is Water Jet Cutting Suitable For Cutting Metal

Wednesday 28th November 2018

Water jet cutting is an increasingly popular technology that has proven its worth in a variety of cutting jobs. However, is water jet cutting suitable for cutting metal and, if so, what thickness of metal can be cut and what are the pros and cons of using this technology? The first part of the question… Read More

More Things Cut In Half With A Waterjet

Thursday 15th November 2018
water jet and chainsaw

Mostly in this blog we like to compare water jet cutting to other technologies or let you know about latest developments. However, sometimes it’s nice to do something a little bit lighter. In this post, we continue our series looking at stranger things cut by water jet. The videos below are all from the excellent… Read More

Specialist Water Jet Cutter Or One-Stop Shop Engineers?

Tuesday 30th October 2018
slipping on a banana skin

There are water jet specialists and there are engineering one-stop shops where water jet cutting is one of a wide range of services offered. Which should you be using for your water jet cutting needs? As specialist water jet cutters you probably expect us to extol the virtues of the expert who focuses just on… Read More

Why Use Waterjet Cutting?

Friday 12th October 2018
giant question mark

Water jet cutting has emerged in recent decades to rival other established means of cutting parts. During this time, water jet cutting’s share has grown rapidly, becoming the technology of choice for jobs that might previously have been carried out by a laser cutter or mechanically via a lathe, grinder or punch. This begs a… Read More

Who Uses Water Jet Cutting?

Friday 28th September 2018
potential water jet cutting users

Water Jet cutting has a growing reputation as the leading cutting technology. It is fast, accurate and environmentally friendly. However, who exactly uses water jet cutting? Who benefits from this technology? At TMC WaterJet, we are leading UK water jet cutters and were the first to introduce complex three-dimensional, XD cutting. That means we have… Read More

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