Harnessing the power of water to cut anything and everything is fitting for this seaside shop
Details, not volume, prompted an investment in new cutting tools
Laboratory takes test specimens to rough finish in minutes instead of hours with waterjet technology
Vans roll to bring parts, repair and maintenance services to customers’ doorsteps
Delays from outside suppliers prompted shop to revamp operations
Researchers create a waterjet orifice that lasts longer, costs less
Eliminating post-processing compels a job shop to switch cutting methods
Keeping a pulse on innovation means a cyclical approach to replacing equipment
Reclamation system minimizes new abrasive needs and keeps costs down
Quick turnaround, fuss-free part-making boosts bottom line
Defense contractor cuts armor panels for combat vehicles, while helping outfit a home for veterans in North Carolina
Because of its cold-cutting capabilities, waterjet technology can handle high-tech parts at SpaceX
Changing cutting tactics drives business forward
One fully modular waterjet grows with company
MultiCam’s reliable waterjet cuts clean, crisp edges for food inspection equipment
The right instrument propels new business, tighter tolerances and eye-catching results
Nuclear Alloys Corp. relies on waterjet cutting because of its efficiency and accuracy
Omax Corp. among judges at Ga. Tech’s student showcase of design, inventions
The future looks bright for this bayou-based job shop
Using a waterjet to create custom designs
Behringer Saws Inc.
IMS Systems Inc.
Red Bud Industries Inc.
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