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10/26/2017

Waterjet’s Cutting Head Enables Bevel Cutting, Taper Control

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Fabtech 2017: Flow International has announced the release of its Mach 200, designed to be a practical and flexible waterjet solution for applications from stone to carbon fiber.

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Flow International has announced the release of its Mach 200, designed to be a practical and flexible waterjet solution for applications from stone to carbon fiber.

The waterjet has Pivot+ Waterjet cutting head technology for bevel cutting and taper control, and its electrical system improves overall reliability. The FlowXpert CAD/CAM software available with the Mach 200 can design complete 3D models and assemblies while calculating optimum cutting paths.

The Mach 200 can be individually tailored to customer requirements and offers open-table, three-sided ease of access for loading and unloading of materials. A range of pump technologies and cutting heads are available. All pump models are connected via EtherCAT to enhance diagnostics and upgradeability.

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