The material remains intact
The cold cutting technique prevents change of structure to the base material. Therefore Waterjet Cutting and the more precise Microjet Cutting are the best alternatives when laser cutting is not sufficient. The material will not discolour, deform or change during the process. The required properties of materials such as aluminium, Armox, copper and stainless steel remain intact.
For this reason, Microjet Cutting is particularly suitable for the ever smaller components and modules used for applications in aviation and aerospace, defense and medical technologies.
Powerful, precise cutting technique
FlowCut Waterjet Cutting is equipped with modern high tech Microjet Cutting machines that force water through a nozzle at high pressure (up to 4000 bar). This produces a powerful waterjet that ﹘ combined with an abrasive ﹘ can easily cut through the hardest materials, such as carbon fibre, titanium and composite.