Water Jet &
What’s the Difference?
Water Jet Process
Erosion process using a mixture of high-pressure water and garnet (sand).
Laser Jet Process
Uses a fiber laser to direct an intense and focus beam to cut materials.
Benefits of Using a Water or Laser Jet
Due to the unmatchable benefits they provide, water and laser jet cutting are two of the most prominent cutting technologies used in the fabrication industry.
The machines can handle a wide range of metals from steel to stainless steel to aluminum, bronze or copper. They are also highly tailorable, so they can easily produce customized parts.
You’ll get the highest-quality workmanship because of our superior equipment and advanced software.
Both processes provide exceptionally high accuracy and precision in many applications.
Both cutting solutions produce little waste and often generate reusable and recyclable scraps.