Flow International Corporation will showcase its Mach series of waterjet cutting systems, consisting of the Mach 4c, Mach 3b and Mach 2c systems.
The Mach 4c waterjet features an expandable modular design ranging to 14 m (48 ft.) in length, enabling users to increase the size of the cutting area as needed. The machine’s roller pinion system provides fast, accurate cutting with zero backlash, the company says. The waterjet series is ergonomically designed to improve operator convenience and productivity, with lighting to enhance workpiece visibility, efficient abrasive removal, and easy access to material and workpieces with full four-sided accessibility. The waterjet features FlowMaster software and is compatible with Flow’s 94,000-psi HyperJet pump.
The Mach 3b system, also on display, features a design that combines motion control, high-pressure components and a pump into a compact footprint. It can be equipped with an intensifier, Dynamic Waterjet XD software and Flow’s DynaBeam laser height-sensing system. Additionally, the Mach 2c value-priced machine is optimized for either pure or abrasive waterjet cutting. The waterjet is capable of cutting 3"-thick steel plate or multi-stacked gasket material, and can be equipped with Dynamic Waterjet software was well as the company’s HyPlex Prime modular pump.
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