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Our organization has gained recognition as one of the distinguished providers of Metal Cutting Services that are rendered with the help of laser and plasma cutting. These cutting services are rendered to cut various metal used in varied kinds of machinery in different industries. By inculcating advanced technology and using hi-tech waterjet machinery, we cut thicker metal sheets as per the exact specifications provided by the clients. Further, these cutting services are rendered keeping in mind set industry norms to the clients. We offer these Metal Cutting Services at highly competitive price to the clients.
The key advantages of cutting metals with waterjet cutting are:
Waterjet cutting is a cold cutting process of particular interest for applications where the material may not be affected by heat.
Assuming that warping and changes to the metal structure are not an issue, what is the thickness from which waterjet cutting becomes the most cost-effective option?
Depending on the material, waterjet cutting should be considered as the most viable option from thicknesses of 5 to 8 mm.
How fast can the material be cut?
The cutting speed is determined by the following factors: pump pressure, efficiency of high pressure generation and cutting head configuration, material thickness and properties, desired cutting edge quality, orifice diameter, abrasive quantity and abrasive quality.
What is the maximum material thickness that can be cut with water jets?
For metals, the maximum thickness is normally 150 mm. Waterjet cutting is however also used in special applications where materials of up to 400 mm thickness are cut.
What about angle faults along the cut edge?
Depending on the requirements as regards cutting edge quality, excellent angle accuracy can be achieved by adjusting the pump pressure, the abrasive flow rate and the cutting speed accordingly. There are also software-based guiding systems on the market that help optimise angular accuracy, by adjusting the angle of the cutting head.