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Waterjet Cutting a Titanium Golf Club

Here is a different way to think about the slice in your golf game. This footage comes from a Web site exploring the lighter side of waterjet machining.

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Abrasive waterjet is a proven technology for machining a broad range of materials, including traditionally hard-to-machine metals such as titanium. Flow International is a source of expertise on waterjet machining applications such as this.

But that expertise is not necessarily on display in this particular video. The company has a non-serious side, too. This video comes from a Flow-created Web site, canwatercutit.com.

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