Versatile Waterjet Machine Designed for Cost-Effectiveness


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The Mach 100 has been characterized by Flow International as a cost-effective and versatile waterjet machine. As the newest addition to the Mach series, the Mach 100 features many of same essential components as Flow’s other waterjet cutting solutions. With robust cutting capabilities and a programmable Z axis for added flexibility, the waterjet is said to enable operators to tackle a variety of 2D cutting applications.

Rigid machine construction and precision-motion ballscrew drive systems promote reliability and long cutting life. Available in multiple sizes, with optional cutting accessories and a variety of pump options, the Mach 100 offers the necessary configurations for straightforward waterjet operations. The machine is backed by Flow’s support program, FlowCare.


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