Waterjet Italia: The water pressure cutting machine

Waterjet Italia presents a cutting machine which, instead of the diamond wheel, uses water to cut glass. The water-jet cutting system is designed and manufactured in such way that insures simplicity of use and adaptability regard to the size, shape or kind of material to cut.

How the water technology works:
The intensifier pump pushes a water jet at 4.130 ATM of pressure into a self-aligning cutting head moved by a CNC control system. The water, ejected through a gauged orifice at three times the speed of sound, mixed with abrasive, produces a pure working power that is able to cut any shape and materials up to a maximum thickness of 150 mm.

This type of machine has the following benefits:
- Flexibility
- High accuracy
- Absence of thermal and mechanic deformation
- Minimum waste
- Environmentally (green technology)
- No materials limits
- High performances
- Low production costs
- High compatibility with other technologies
- Very safety working operation

600450 Waterjet Italia: The water pressure cutting machine glassonweb.com
Date: 14 November 2001
Source: Waterjet Italia

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