Custom Waterjet Machining

McKiney Manufacturing provides waterjet cutting services, also referred to as “water jet cutting” or “abrasive jet cutting.”

How does waterjet cutting work?

Waterjet cutting works by directing high-pressure jets of water and an abrasive substance in order to cut materials. Our waterjet machine is an industrial cutting device that uses a nozzle to focus water into a high-pressure stream (50,000 PSI) to cut semi-soft materials such as rubber, foam, or wood. Abrasive granular substances are added to the jet in order to cut harder materials like aluminum and sheet metal.

At McKiney Manufacturing, we use OMAX abrasive waterjet technology to provide complex cutting of virtually any material. We offer low-volume prototypes to high-volume production runs. Our process allows us to utilize nesting programs to maximize production and minimize material waste.

What is waterjet cutting used for?

Waterjet cutting is used for industrial applications like machine part manufacturing as well as waterjet cut signs and more.

At McKiney Manufacturing, we use OMAX abrasive waterjet technology to provide complex cutting of virtually any material. We offer low-volume prototypes to high-volume production runs. Our process allows us to utilize nesting programs to maximize production and minimize material waste.

What are the benefits of waterjet cutting services?

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Tight tolerances are achievable due to the waterjet’s high-precision capabilities.
2

Secondary finishing is not required because of this reason.
3

The water jet does not cause any kind of heat distortion.
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The water jet is capable of creating very fine and complicated shapes.
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OMAX waterjet cutting offers an environmentally friendly system with quiet and clean operation and low electrical consumption.
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The OMAX Waterjet is designed and manufactured in the USA.

What materials can be waterjet cut?

  • Aluminum
  • Stainless steel
  • Steel
  • Wood
  • Rubber
  • Foam
  • Plastic
  • Brass
  • Copper
  • Glass
  • Granite
  • Bronze
  • Acrylic
  • & more

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