Setting the Stage for Sizeable Composites Work
By adding a five-axis waterjet/milling machine, its biggest autoclave and a more expansive lay-up room, Royal Engineered Composites is positioning itself to win larger-scale aerospace work it sees on the horizon.
Waterjet Offers Expandable Cutting Area
Flow International will display its Mach 4c waterjet designed to optimize production with an expandable modular design that can lengthen the cutting area to 14 m (48 ft.).
Waterjet Offers Economical Cutting
Flow International says its Mach 2c is a “value-priced” waterjet designed to be fast and accurate, whether cutting a 3"-thick steel plate or multi-stacked gasket material.
Fast-Cutting Waterjet Technology
Featuring Flow’s Dynamic Waterjet XD technology, the Mach 4 waterjet enables users to cut virtually any shape, including bevels and other 3D geometry, with more precision.
Waterjet, Robot Manufacturers Announce Partnership
Flow International (Kent, Washington) and Kuka Robot Group (Clinton Township, Michigan) say a new alliance between the companies will benefit customers by combining Flow’s abrasive waterjet machining expertise with Kuka’s expertise in precise robotic manipulation. “The alliance helps ensure that we address the important production and advanced segments of our marketplace,” says Charley Brown, president and CEO of Flow. “This expands our process and robotic applications.”