Product & Service Resources
HBM | Wed, 8 Jan 2014
Waterjet cutting is an innovative field of measurement technology in manufacturing. The more cost-effective waterjet cutting has numerous advantages compared with the normal laser method. For waterjet cutting, the required high water pressures of 3,000 to 5,000 bar have to be precisely regulated and measured. HBM provides the relevant sensors for this purpose. This article shows how the correct application of modern measurement technology can improve waterjet cutting to such an extent ...
ICEE | Fri, 12 Jul 2013
ICEE has created a frame in house to demonstrate the different engineering services the company has supplied for industries such as marine and architectural. The frame, which was showcased on ICEE’s Subcon stand, highlighted the cutting capabilities of the waterjet, fibre laser and fabrications teams.
Yorkshire Profiles | Mon, 13 May 2013
Yorkshire Profiles has rearranged its 9,000ft² (836m²) facility to include a dedicated fabrication workshop. The company is already equipped with the latest CO2 laser cutting equipment, waterjet cutting equipment for thicker materials and sheet-metal folding equipment as it operates primarily as a profile supplier.
Yorkshire Profiles | Mon, 21 Jan 2013
This article from Yorkshire Profiles discusses the advantages of abrasive waterjet cutting — a process often used for thicker materials, where plasma cutting or laser cutting methods are not suitable. Waterjet cutting machines have not changed much in the last 10 years in terms of the materials and thicknesses they can cut, but this is largely down to the fact that they can cut nearly anything.
New research could enable lower-cost milling on difficult materials using adapted waterjet cutting machines.
ESAB Cutting Systems | Fri, 14 Oct 2011
Wightman Stewart | Tue, 13 Sep 2011
A turnkey waterjet system from Wightman Stewart is enabling CML Alloys to cut nickel alloys and titanium with a high degree of accuracy and minimal waste material.