Abrasive Water Jet Cutting

Abrasive water jet cutting is one of the more unconventional environment-friendly procedures that uses a mixture of water and quartz sand as its cutting tool.

When the abrasive water jet stream under high pressure (operating pressure range: 0 to 4138 bar) comes into contact with the base material, it causes erosion and, thus, cuts the metal. The multi-axis A-Jet cutting head allows for great cutting precision. The cutting head is controlled with a computer software and enables various cuts, even circular and round, with an adjustable cutting angle (0° to 60°).

Advantages of abrasive water jet cutting:

  • extremely versatile process (wide range of materials and thicknesses),
  • cutting into different shapes,
  • no heat-affected zones on the material,
  • no mechanical stresses,
  • extremely precise computer-controlled cutting,
  • high-quality edges, reducing secondary treatment,
  • little material loss,
  • environment-friendly technology (no hazardous waste, no toxic gas emission).


Cutting material: stainless steel, aluminum, copper, stone, plastics, etc. 
Max. sheet metal dimension: 5500 x 2000 mm (x,y)
Max. material thickness: 200 mm
Precision: +/- 0.2 mm