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Advanced Error Correction Methodology Applied to Abrasive Waterjet Cutting

First introduced in the last decade, the concept of "compute first, move later" for motion control optimized the abrasive waterjet cutting process. Using a cutting model that varied cutting speed around corners and along arcs provided a greater degree of accuracy. Recent innovations in corner-cutting strategy allow the cutting of external corners without sacrificing speed or surface...

Faster Abrasive Waterjet Cutting

Abrasive Waterjet Cutting has proven to be an effective and economical process for separating virtually any material. Today, applications of abrasive waterjet cutting can be found in many different industries and range from producing very small high precision parts to making rough separation cuts of 6” steel plates. OMAX Corporation has taken the lead in addressing precision cutting...

Critical Facts About Ultra Ultra High Pressure Abrasive Waterjet Cutting Systems

There has been a lot of discussion about the benefits of moving to higher and higher water pressure in abrasive waterjet (AWJ) cutting systems. It has gotten to the point that you now hear statements such as “Everybody knows that the secret to faster cutting is higher pressure”. However actual cutting test data and user experience show that such statements are incorrect and...

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