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By applying advanced cutting models and using built-in compensations for speed and acceleration, the right waterjet software is able to provide exceptional results in rapid high-precision abrasive waterjet machining.

Unlike many conventional machine tools, waterjet uses a flexible cutting medium. Using abrasive waterjet to cut, versus other methods, has a plethora of advantages (no heat affected zones, no limitations on material type, etc). Moreover, an abrasive waterjet is a machine tool that shows its true potential when cutting sophisticated geometry through an assortment of materials.

Read the full article in April's FABShop Magazine Direct.

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