5/17/2016

Laser, Waterjet Systems Work on Parts from Large to Tiny

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This month’s Modern Equipment Review Spotlight focuses on machines for laser and waterjet cutting.

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Click above to view the slideshow of our May issue’s Modern Equipment Review Spotlight.

Our May issue’s Modern Equipment Review Spotlight highlights machines and systems for cutting parts using lasers or abrasive waterjet—from small, micromachined workpieces with GF Machining Solutions’ Laser P 400U five-axis laser, to sheets as large as 24 × 14 feet with Jet Edge’s high-rail-gantry waterjet system.

Click the image above to view the slideshow featuring these and other laser and waterjet products with links to more information. 

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