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Waterjet Keeps Hercs Flying

Tech. Sgt. Tyler Horner observes the water jet as a part is cut from aluminum stock. (Air Force Photo/Paul Zadach)

Recently, the 934th Maintenance Squadron aircraft metals technology shop installed a new waterjet cutting machine, also known as an OMAX Computer Numerical Control Waterjet Machining Center. The machine helps Airmen increase maintenance capabilities by accelerating their ability to fabricate tools and custom parts to help get the mission done.

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