Computer-assisted water-jet cutting involves applying the water at a very high speed and under very high pressure (4000 bars) through a nozzle in order to cut various materials with a high degree of precision.
Cutting with pure water makes it possible to cut fairly soft materials, like elastomers, graphite, mica, jointing sheets, etc.
Cutting with abrasive-loaded water makes it possible to cut much harder materials, such as metal (up to 80 mm thickness) and various reinforcing materials.
The machine cutter constitutes the next generation of computer-controlled and computer-automated high-speed cutting systems.
Designed to cut a wide array of materials with a high degree of precision but at more limited thicknesses, this machine accompanies the water-jet machine.