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HPAlloys adds waterjet

March 2012 - To keep up with demand and allow faster cutting of thin materials, High Performance Alloys Inc., Tipton, Ind., added an additional Flow International Corp. waterjet at its Windfall, Ind., facility. With the waterjet, HPAlloys can cut parts with multiple edge qualities on one piece during the same program. The new waterjet’s table size is 6 feet, 6 inches by 9 feet, 10 inches.

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