Techmoon waterjets are state-of-the art shop tools that use a stream of pressurized water rather than a metal blade to make cuts to just about any material you can think of, including stone, metal, wood, plastic and glass. They’re so versatile that no matter the project you have, you can easily make the cuts you need simply, quickly and safely.
While basically a shop tool for industrial uses, there are domestic uses to which a waterjet can be put. In fact, some companies rent use of their machines to artists and homeowners for various purposes. Here are just few of the more creative ways a waterjet can be used :
1. Construction projects
Waterjet cutters are excellent for construction. In fact, projects using materials such as granite, marble and ceramics often need this type of tool. With a waterjet, you can incorporate patterns or designs into whatever building material you may be using with a minimum of fuss and bother.
If you need to make signs, waterjets are a great tool to use. Because they are so precise, waterjets can create beautiful lettering of all different sizes, though the best results will be for lettering that’s between three to five inches in height.
Waterjets can help make home furnishings. Whether you’re seeking to make something basic like a shelving unit or something more complex like a bureau, a waterjet makes the cutting process a snap. Because you control how and where you cut via computer, you have greater creative latitude.
You can also use waterjets for work that involves intricate designs and/or engravings. Precision technology allows you to create shapes that can be as elaborate as you like. Because waterjets don’t cause warping, any materials you use – especially those made of metal – will have a clean finish once the cutting process is complete.
Techmoon waterjets are assembled in America, to American standards. It’s CNC system is all American and the full system is supported by Techmoon in America.
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