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Cutting edge

25 January 2013

Working with UK agent Wightman Stewart,WARDJet has supplied a Z Series 513 waterjet cutting table, equipped with an X Series touch screen controller, to the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) within the Unive

Working with UK agent Wightman Stewart,WARDJet has supplied a Z Series 513 waterjet cutting table, equipped with an X Series touch screen controller, to the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) within the University of Sheffield, which has backing from Boeing.

WARDJet's waterjet cutting technology has been selected to demonstrate the potential of high performance machining and the production of parts without compromise to the structural or surface integrity of the component.

The WARDJet machine will be employed on a wide range of research projects and its ability to cut both non-metallic and metallic materials, from mild steel to aerospace alloys and high performance plastics, is critical to the installation.
 
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