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Water Jet Cutting Saving The Food Industry

Monday 31st August 2020

Amidst the many thousands of headlines relating to coronavirus and Covid-19, there have been some relating to the food industry and food processing. Almost uniformly, they have been bad news. Food suppliers shut down because of a flare-up of Covid cases, processing plants where dozens of employees have tested positive. In every case there is… Read More

Will Water Jet Cutting Damage The Cut Part

Saturday 29th August 2020

Water jet cutting is the process of a water jet, typically mixed with an abrasive garnet, being forced through a nozzle at high pressure to create a cutting force. The process therefore involves force, the force of a water jet at up to 90,000 psi. There can be a very natural concern hat this force… Read More

Water Jet Cutting – Doing God’s Work

Saturday 1st August 2020

In the UK, there are only an estimated 600 blacksmiths – this presents a bit of a problem when you need a blacksmith’s services. Fortunately, in some circumstances, a water jet cutter can come to the rescue! Let’s explain how. We were contacted by the vicar at the Parish Church in Heckington who was in… Read More

Water Jet Cutting In Slow Motion

Monday 20th July 2020
Water Jet Cutting

Water jet cutting utilises incredibly technology to take something as simple as a jet of water and turn it into form of cutting preferred by industry.  We do, however, appreciate that it might not be the technology that garners the most interest on social media; videos of water jet cutting rarely go viral. What is… Read More

Water Jet Cutting: Abrasive vs Pure Water Jet Cutting

Wednesday 8th July 2020

There are two key types of water jet cutting – abrasive and pure with each suitable for a different range of applications. In this post, we outline the key differences. The Main Difference Between Abrasive and Pure Water Jet Cutting Pure water jet cutting is just that, it is only water to make the cut,… Read More

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