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All the Ways Waterjet Works

Waterjet is arguably the most “fluid” metalcutting process.

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Waterjet is arguably the most “fluid” metalcutting process. Water-assisted abrasive is a great resource for cutting soft plastic, and it is equally great for cutting material as hard as Inconel. Because of this versatility, waterjet fits well in job shops.

KLH Industries is a job shop that finds waterjet particularly useful for serving the aerospace industry—for reasons explained in this article about the way the shop has recently made waterjet even more cost-effective.

For aerospace, in fact, waterjet is among the best approaches to cutting an important material type—carbon fiber composites.