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Newmarket waterjet cuttingWhen it comes to cutting, many of us tend to think in two dimensions. Not too many people will consider a piece of paper as a 3D object when they are cutting it with a scissor. Cutting a piece of wood which is much thicker than a piece of paper is often treated in a similar way. Whether it is a hand saw or a table saw, we think about cutting objects in a single line. If we need 3D results, we simply make multiple cuts at different angles since most cutting tools can only cut on a single plane.
 
Waterjet cutting process differentiates itself from typical cutting procedures by adding native support for 3D cutting. This means that you are not limited to cutting in a straight line in a single plane. Automated waterjet cutting heads can be computer guided to produce the most intricate 3D cuts out of a single piece of solid material. From angled cuts to irregular shapes, waterjets can be programmed to create almost any form and shape.
 
One may wonder though, why bother with 3D cutting when you can just make different cuts on a material and combine it later? While this may be possible for many projects, some projects require a part to be created from a single piece of material. Parts crafted from a single cut will almost always be tougher than a similar part which has been created by combining multiple parts. If the material cannot be bonded easily, creating a single 3D cut may be the only option to utilize the said material for the needed parts. What waterjet cutting offers the industry is flexibility and choice.
 
Waterjet allows businesses to freely innovate and change. A company should never be bound by limits of outdated technology. Waterjet cutters enable industries to materialize an idea with less limitations. Such flexibility of waterjets come from the efficient nature of waterjet cutting which can combine with other industry solutions to offer end results which people only dreamed of before
 
By combining latest waterjet technology with guiding computers, you are able to create the most accurate and precise cuts possible. When waterjets are combined with cranes or heavy duty conveyor belt systems, even the heaviest and toughest materials can be swiftly handled. Application of waterjet machinery is virtually endless. It can be used to cut the toughest metal and it can also be used to cut the most tender piece of meat.
 
Waterjet cutting allows industries to think outside the box and go beyond their perceived limitations. Fully customizable industry solutions such as waterjets are what allows our civilization to move into the future. It is innovations like these that makes us continuously evolve and adapt. All businesses are looking for the best solutions. All companies demand efficiency and quality. Waterjet cutting is a technology which can satisfy the insatiable demands of modern businesses.
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