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Although most glass should cut well on your waterjet, you will need to make exceptions, as different kinds of glass behave differently. For example, piercing is an easy but challenging part of waterjet glass cutting. In addition, frosting and chipping may occur around cut edges.
Note that you can cut glass on all OMAX waterjets, from our small waterjet, the ProtoMAX, all the way up to a large-form OMAX 160X.
Do not attempt to machine tempered glass, as it will shatter.
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