Waterjet Series Offers Range of Options

IMTS 2018: Flow International introduces the Mach 100 to its series of waterjets for manufacturing leading parts, components and products.


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Flow International will showcase its Mach series of waterjets. The company will introduce the value-focused Mach 100 model to the line. Also on display will be the Mach 500, which is said to increase uptime and productivity, and the Mach 200, which is designed for flexibility. The company will also showcase the NanoJet, a fully-enclosed waterjet for precise, clean and quiet cutting, and a robotic waterjet system.


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