Waterjet cutting machine

Waterjet cutting machine

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Caption: Waterjet cutting machine. Engineer monitoring a waterjet cutting machine being used to cut aerospace material. This technique uses high pressure jets of water and grit to cut out sophisticated designs in many types of materials. Waterjet cutting is one of the fastest growing machine tool processes in the world, as the equipment is versatile and easy to operate. This facility at The University of Nottingham will be Europe's first waterjet machining technology centre. Photographed in England, UK.

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