This technique is based on the force of a water jet and other abrasive materials propelled under pressure. The use of this technique gives us a perfect finish to any cut or composition that you want to make, however complex it may be.
Applied the cut to the material, this is provided cut and assembled, although there are other techniques such as the meshing of the pieces or rigid terminations by resins.
– Quality cutting, being unnecessary, in many cases, subsequent finishing operations.
– Universal cut.
– Absence of exfoliation and tears.
– Easy to make intricate contours.
– Absence of heat input.
– Absence of residual stresses in the mechanized materials due to the absence of cutting efforts.
– Allows cutting thicknesses up to 40 mm.
– Absence of gases and pollution.
HOW TO PROJECT
1 – Choose the products to use.
2 – Consider the joint between pieces between 0 mm (at the end) and 2 mm.
3 – Modulate the design with the chosen formats considering possible expansion joints between pieces up to 15 mm.
4 – Send the project in CAD format for verification and quotation.