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Flow Waterjet is the pacesetter in the development and manufacture of ultrahigh-pressure (UHP) waterjet technology.
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Flow Waterjet Aug 15
Waterjet cutting provides many unique capabilities and advantages that can increase efficiency, reduce costs, and maintain quality in your manufacturing process.
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Flow Waterjet Aug 14
Waterjets cut with a supersonic waterjet stream. To make a waterjet stream go faster, you need to raise pump pressure. As pressure goes up, the stream velocity increases, delivering greater cutting power density.
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Flow Waterjet Aug 7
The waterjet is capable of cutting many tough applications, whether you need to use pure waterjet or abrasive waterjet. Read about these tough applications in this blog post:
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Flow Waterjet Aug 6
What is stream velocity? Check out our Waterjet Dictionary to learn more.
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Flow Waterjet Aug 3
When we say the waterjet can cut up to any thicknesses, we weren’t kidding. We used pure waterjet to cut through a 10-inch thick watermelon.
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Flow Waterjet Aug 2
A look back at IMTS 2016 when we introduced the Mach 500. What new technology can you expect to see at this year's show? Stop by booth 236207 to see! Register for IMTS today:
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Flow Waterjet Aug 1
From 2D to multi-axis cutting, Flow Cutting Head technology provides the highest accuracy and fastest cut part. Want to learn more?:
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Flow Waterjet Jul 31
Higher pressure allows you to cut in greater detail due to the smaller stream diameter.
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Flow Waterjet Jul 31
With waterjet cutting, raising pump pressure improves efficiency due to faster cut speeds.
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Flow Waterjet Jul 30
What is cutting power density in terms of waterjet cutting? Our waterjet dictionary has the answer.
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Flow Waterjet Jul 26
Through research and development, we’ve discovered the broad range of capabilities a waterjet cutting system has. Even in the early research stages of waterjet technology, it was still amazing to see what a waterjet can do.
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Flow Waterjet Jul 25
A waterjet can cut up to any thickness, but tolerances will change the thicker the material is. Unique fixtures may also be needed for thinner materials, but there is not a lot of limitations on how thin or thick of a material a waterjet can cut.
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Flow Waterjet Jul 24
Waterjet is a versatile process allowing you to cut virtually any material with one system. Learn more about the benefits of waterjet cutting:
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Flow Waterjet Jul 23
Come and join Flow at one of the biggest manufacturing shows in North America. We will be at IMTS in Chicago from September 10th to September 15th. Visit us at booth 236207 and experience the latest in waterjet cutting solutions.
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Flow Waterjet Jul 20
Are you as excited to cut on the waterjet as bessindustries is? Share your waterjet projects using and you can be featured on our profile!
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Flow Waterjet Jul 19
As the inventor of the abrasive waterjet, Dr. Hashish has an abundance of knowledge he is ready to share. Send us your questions with and Dr. Hashish will be happy to share his waterjet expertise.
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Flow Waterjet Jul 18
We are hiring into multiple positions across the country for our field service team. Be a part of the Flow team as we shape the future of the industry. Your opportunity awaits:
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Flow Waterjet Jul 17
Summer is here. Nothing beats the heat better than a cold glass of water! When it comes to your parts, you can beat heat affected zones with a waterjet. The waterjet is a cold cutting process, which leaves no heat or stress on your cut materials.
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Flow Waterjet Jul 16
Yesterday was National Ice Cream Day! How do we celebrate here at Flow? By cutting ice cream on the waterjet of course!
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Flow Waterjet Jul 13
The waterjet makes a great addition to any shop. The versatility of this cutting solution can benefit different industries. Check out this project by Geometrix Glass and Design.
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