Using a stream of high-pressure water through a precision nozzle, waterjet cutting produces tight tolerance parts with clean, accurate edges, even with thicker materials. The process is computer-controlled and requires minimum fixturing or tooling, saving you time and setup expense. Waterjet cutting is used from prototyping to long production runs. There are virtually no limitations to the types of materials that waterjets can cut. With more than 25 years of experience, our materials experts at AFP are able to choose the best manufacturing processes based on your specific requirements.
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