Glass water jet cutting
Glass waterjet cutting at great prices?
The unique ability of a waterjet cutting machine with an abrasive waterjet to cut very intricate and filigree patterns at high speed without breaking the workpiece offers you unique possibilities.
This technology enables us to realise almost any idea for you and to manufacture it for you at a favourable price.
Compared to traditional cutting tools and CNC machines, we can cut contours and shapes with our waterjet cutting systems that would otherwise not be possible. At the same time, waterjet technology ensures a drastic reduction in machining times. These savings ensure cost-effective production, which despite the high accuracy and speed deliver a perfect result without reworking for a good price.
Glass doors Waterjet cutting to measure
Have you already bought a glass door or shower enclosure in the standard size, but it does not fit?
We are able to cut all types of glass doors. The cutting of suitable mounting holes is also possible with our machines. We will be happy to cut glass doors or shower enclosures to the right size for you.
Perfect cut edges
Because there is no glass vibration in glass waterjet cutting, there is no heat-affected zone or rough edges, which means there is a perfect edge. This enables us to produce very delicate designs. The material retains its original appearance and strength.
Due to the very small cutting width of a waterjet cutting system, we can perfectly realise almost any design.
With our machines, we can easily cut complicated glass plates for you, as well as difficult corners on plate edges. We also have less material waste when cutting with the waterjet compared to other methods.
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Your material, your requirements, our waterjet cutting systems.
Waterjet cutting - the technology
The water is put under high pressure by a specialised high-pressure pump, which is specially designed for extreme pressures. Due to the extreme water pressure of up to 6000 bar, the water can reach twice the speed of sound when leaving the nozzle. For cutting relatively soft materials such as rubber and insulating materials, we only use the pure water jet, which is bundled and extremely accelerated. For waterjet cutting of firmer and high-strength materials, extra sharp, pointed sand is added to the waterjet. This sand is also called abrasive and serves as an abrasive that virtually grinds away the material during cutting.
Strictly speaking, this cutting process is not cutting, but high-speed grinding.