Water Jet Cutting: Natural Materials

Waterjet can also be used to create designs from wood or stone, such as marble, slate and granite. This can be done faster, and with a greater level of detail than traditional methods of working with these materials.

Stone is difficult to machine conventionally, but very intricate shapes can be cut with a precision abrasive waterjet using its low-pressure pierce capabilities. Custom applications such as inlaid flooring are easy to create with JetCut.

Because wood is so soft compared to metal, waterjets can machine it very quickly. Waterjets are very practical and cost-effective for cutting shapes in veneers and plywood. This is perfect for restaurant signage, custom furniture parts, shop detailing and many other applications where repetitions of the same shapes are needed.