Waterjet For Specialty Industrial Needs
Waterjet cuts are made with an ultra-high pressure stream of either water, or garnet and water. The stream is computer numerically controlled (CNC) to precision cut almost any material. Top companies in St. Louis contact Budnick's Waterjet of St. Louis for the toughest fabrication jobs where conventional cutting methods are unable to produce quality cuts.
Cuts what can't be machined
The Waterjet cutting process is able to cut materials like laminates, phenalics, composites and most metals that were previously "unmachinable". These cuts are made without fracturing, chipping or thermal stress.
Maximizes material yield
Waterjet cutting maximizes material yield by cutting along common edges with no waste (kerf). Even irregular parts are computer formatted to maximize your material yield.
Waterjet of St. Louis can cut parts to tolerances as tight as +/- .005", which is perfect for inlay parts. Moreover, waterjet cuts do not create burning, hardening or thermal stress like laser cutting can.
By operating 3 machines over two shifts, Waterjet of St. Louis has the capacity and the flexibility to meet your demands. Waterjet cutting reduces tooling costs, increases part output and eliminates most finishing operations. No grinding, filing, sanding or polishing on the toughest materials around. At Waterjet of St. Louis, we take pride in "Providing Cutting-Edge Service".