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8/7/2013

Waterjet Offers Expandable Cutting Area

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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.).

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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.). The Nexen roller-pinion system provides fast, accurate cutting with minimal backlash, the company says. The machine provides efficient abrasive removal, lighting for workpieces visibility, and easy access to material and parts with four-sided accessibility. The machine on display at the show also will be equipped with a Dynamic Waterjet XD cutting head and a 94,000-psi HyperJet pump.

The company will also showcase its Mach 2b waterjet cutting system and HyperPressure pump.

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