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  • 5 Fun Facts About Laser Cutting

    5 Fun Facts About Laser Cutting0

    The way in which manufacturing companies manipulate raw materials into finished products is changing. Rather than cutting workpieces with a sharp tool bit, some companies now use lasers. Known as laser cutting, it involves the use of a high-powered laser to cut one or more holes in a workpiece. The laser’s heat is amplified and

  • What Is Water Jet Cutting?

    What Is Water Jet Cutting?0

    There are other ways to cut metal besides using a shear blade. Water jets cutting, for example, refers to the use of a specialized tool that blasts metal — or other hard materials — with a stream of high-pressurized water. Whether it’s aluminum, copper or steel, most metals can be cut using this method. Origins

  • 5 Fast Facts About Water Jet Cutting

    5 Fast Facts About Water Jet Cutting0

    Not all cutting processes involve the application of a sharp cutting tool or blade to selectively remove sections of a workpiece. Water jet cutting, for example, relies on a controlled stream of pressurized water. When applied to a workpiece, the pressurized water literally blasts away sections of material. It’s a highly effective and precise cutting