The New ByJet Classic 3015 - A Waterproof Investment

Date: 10 July 2009
Source: Bystronic
The new Byjet Classic 3015 is the most affordable, highly functional and precise waterjet cutting system for all standard applications.

Its market launch took place on 1 July of this year. Machine innovation in the waterjet cutting sector: With the new ByJet Classic 3015, Bystronic offers a system that will be of interest to all existing as well as new waterjet cutting machine users who require a high functionality of the system coupled with precise cutting results and simultaneously place value on a manageable investment level.
 
The ByJet Classic 3015 offers high earnings at a favorable purchase price, thus ensuring shortest amortization time even by reduced capacity utilization. The combination of proven components and innovative technology results in a high level of system functionality. In particular for standard applications the user is optimally equipped, even in multi-shift operation. The ByJet Classic 3015 has a long service life and maintains lasting precision. This is ensured by the high quality machine construction, perfect alignment of the individual components and mastery of the control of the entire process.
 
"Highly functional, precise and affordable: Users who choose a ByJet Classic 3015 have certainly made a safe investment", is how Michael Merkle, Head of the Bystronic Division Waterjet, sums it up. The market launch took place on July 1 of this year.

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