Please state whether Waterjet or Laser should be used to cut your parts.
We can help you with that decision, but first we need to know some Key requirements for your project.
Will there be a problem with a heat effected zone? In short, Laser cutting leaves a burnt edge while the Waterjet does not.
Are your parts over 1″ thick? Maximum thickness on our Laser is 1″. Yet the Waterjet goes up to 12″ on some materials.
Typically the Waterjet cuts slower than the Laser and that equals higher cutting cost on the Waterjet.
Laser is King on Precision, consistent size and location, but the Waterjet produces better edge finish and the kerfs taper can be controlled perpendicular.
Waterjet can cut so many more materials than the Laser. Check out the materials a waterjet can cut.
1.3oo thick Titanium held Perpendicular and parallel within .oo3 of inch.
Look at the Smooth Finish the waterjet can offer.