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Frequently Asked Questions

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Waterjet cutting is utilized across industries including manufacturing, aerospace, automotive, construction, fabrication, art, and engineering. It’s used for the precise cutting of materials like metals, plastics, composites, and stones without inducing heat-affected zones or mechanical stress.
Waterjets are versatile tools used for cutting a wide range of materials, cleaning surfaces, machining operations like drilling and milling, surface preparation for painting or coating, and mining tasks. They offer precision and efficiency in various industries such as manufacturing, aerospace, automotive, construction, and mining, thanks to their ability to perform complex cuts without heat-affected zones and their effectiveness in removing contaminants and shaping materials.
The water usage of a waterjet cutting system varies depending on factors such as the cutting speed, the material being cut, and the specific type of waterjet machine. However, on average, a waterjet cutting machine can use anywhere from 0.5 to 1 gallon (1.9 to 3.8 liters) of water per minute during operation. Some advanced waterjet systems feature water recycling systems to minimize water consumption and reduce environmental impact. Overall, waterjet cutting is considered an environmentally friendly cutting method compared to other processes that generate heat or produce hazardous fumes.
Yes, a waterjet can cut diamonds. Waterjets are capable of cutting through extremely hard materials, including diamonds, due to their high-pressure water stream combined with abrasive particles. The abrasive waterjet cutting process involves mixing water with abrasive particles, such as garnet or aluminum oxide, to create a high-velocity abrasive stream capable of cutting through hard materials like diamonds.
The pressure of a waterjet cutting system can vary depending on the specific machine and its capabilities. However, waterjet cutting systems typically operate at pressures ranging from 20,000 pounds per square inch (psi) to 90,000 psi (approximately 1,380 to 6,200 bar). Higher-pressure waterjets are capable of cutting through thicker and harder materials with greater efficiency and speed. The pressure is a crucial factor in determining the cutting ability and performance of a waterjet system, as it directly affects the velocity and force of the water stream used for cutting.