Why to use CNC Waterjet Profile Cutting Services

Why to use High Pressure CNC Waterjet Profile Cutting Services

Shreeji Waterjet Cutting Services for stone cutting, metal cutting, glass cutting, food cutting, steel cutting. Speed, productivity and efficiency are benefits of water jet cutting. We use KMT Waterjet pump ‘The Most Recognized Waterjet Pump in the World’, We can handle sheet metal size upto 9000 mm (9mtr) in length.

WE ARE PINOEER IN WATERJET PROFILE CUTTING BUSINESS.

Established in 2009, we at Shreeji Waterjet Cutting Services have since provided a first-rate WaterJet profile cutting service which amasses a massive range of materials from hard titanium to soft turf. With over 7 years of CNC Abrasive Waterjet Profile Cutting experience we are a highly accomplished team, demonstrating proficiency, accuracy and efficiency in both one off and batch runs. Making use of our sister concern’s ( Balaji Waterjet Cutting Services & Ashray Waterjet Cutting Services ) machines capabilities we are able to offer a competitively priced nationwide WaterJet profile cutting service without compromising on our trademarked premium quality.

Abrasive Waterjet Cutting

Sheet Metals, Composite, Decorative Stones, Glass

For your hard materials that cannot be machined with water only the water nozzle nut is replaced with the Active IDE abrasive cutting head the high velocity waterjet creates a vacuum which pulls the abrasive into a mixing chamber, producing a coherent, exteremely energic abrasive jet stream. This process is ideal for cutting intrecate patterns in sheet metals, composites, decorative stone, synthetic ceramics, glass etc.

Pure Waterjet Cutting

Rubber, Foam, Gasket, Leather, Textiles, Food Stuffs

This Cutting method is primarily used for cutting soft materials such as rubber, foam, gasket, leather, textiles, foodstuffs and many other similar materials. Normal tap water is pressurized at ultra-high pressure levels, and forced through a small precious stone orifice to form an intense cutting stream, the jet stream moves at a velocity of up to 2.5 times the speed of sound, creating the ability to cut at very high feed rates. The rates vary according to the material being cut.