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9/24/2015

Waterjet Machine Highlights Ergonomic Design

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Flow International will display a variety of its waterjet cutting technologies, including the Mach 4 machine.

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Flow International will display a variety of its waterjet cutting technologies, including the Mach 4 machine. The Mach 4 offers an expandable modular design, a Nexen roller pinion system and an ergonomic design to improve operator convenience and productivity. The design includes lighting to enhance workpiece visibility, efficient abrasive removal, and easier access to material and parts with full four-sided accessibility. In the exhibit, this machine will be equipped with Flow’s 94,000-psi HyperJet pump, and Dynamic Waterjet XD high-precision flat stock and 3D cutting technology.

The company will also display the Mach 2c, an economically priced machine for either pure or abrasive waterjet cutting.

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