This plate illustrates the abilities of the 5-axis waterjet. The text reads the same from both sides, meaning that each letter transitions to a different letter on the opposite side.
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Cutting windows into a rolled steel plate using our 5-axis waterjet. Watch the Video
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Waterjet cut through a 16-1/2" thick billet of Waspaloy (a high strength super alloy). The 10,000 pound billet was severed into four pieces. Learn More About This Project
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Aquajet services small waterjet cut parts
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Vinyl floor medallion.
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Aluminum tube sculpture built for Emil Lukas, an artist from Stockertown, PA. The sculpture measures 8'-9" high x 12' across. Learn More About This Project
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Glass art sculpture cut using our 5-axis waterjet, for Jed Malitz, an artist from New Orleans. The sculpture is named "The Hidden Face of God".
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Cast iron speaker for Oswald's Mill Audio — cast in one piece using a 3D printed sand mold. We did all the 3D modeling for the casting and the molds.
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Aquajet services stainless steel transition funnel hopper
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Stainless steel trashrack for a reservoir at a nuclear power plant.
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Windows cut into large aluminum tubes using our 5-axis waterjet.
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Wavy aluminum part cut with our 5-axis waterjet. The part is one component of an elaborate hanging art sculpture made for Durham Press.
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3D rendering of a large steel fabrication which we designed and built.
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Heavy steel weldment.
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Aquajet services 5 axis waterjet thick steel
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Waterjet cutting a 7" thick ingot of a niobium alloy into slices.
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Thick Waspaloy plates cut using our 5-axis waterjet.
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These parts were waterjet cut and then roll formed, after which the angled oblong cuts became round concentric holes through the walls of the tube.
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Turntable plinths for Oswald's Mill Audio, waterjet cut out of thick gray slate. We do all of OMA's slate cutting.
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Decorative knob waterjet cut out of 1" thick stainless steel.
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Small waterjet cut and formed parts.
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Waterjet cutting titanium.
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Steel mezzanine fabrication, loaded up for delivery on our 32' flatbed trailer.
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We built this stainless steel coal truck body and rebuilt the truck's scissor lift mechanism.
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This bracket was waterjet cut and formed out of a single piece of 3/16" thick polycarbonate, to replace the customer's original design which consisted of four individual pieces, pinned together.
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Waterjet cut and formed stainless steel part.
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We designed and built a number of these snow pushers, ranging from 6' wide to 20' wide.
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Stainless steel wash station that we designed and built for a local recycling business. Its purpose is to separate dirt and foreign materials from shredded plastic product.
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