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The machine has an X-Y cutting travel of 165" × 80" (4,191 × 2,032 mm) and is equipped with the company’s Intelli-Max software suite, which can calculate the precision of a tool path at more than 2,000 points per inch, enabling control over the motion of an abrasivejet and precise, rapid machining.
The unit features an EnduroMax pump, which maximizes machine uptime with its 1,000-hour operating range between required pump rebuilds when run at 55,000 psi (3,800 bar). The pump also can run continuously at 60,000 psi (4,100 bar), and operates at higher efficiency than common intensifier pumps, the company says. It also delivers more horsepower to the nozzle while using less electricity than intensifier pumps.
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