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Flow Waterjet is the pacesetter in the development and manufacture of ultrahigh-pressure (UHP) waterjet technology.
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Have you had a chance to ask Dr. Hashish your most unusual waterjet questions? Whether you’re new to waterjet or you have been in the industry for a while, Dr. Hashish can answer your waterjet questions. Post your questions below in our comments.
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Flow Waterjet Jan 15
To create a pure waterjet stream the water pressure needs to be converted to velocity. This takes place when the high pressure water is passed through a tiny jewel orifice. A larger jewel orifice will allow higher water volume creating faster cutting speeds.
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Flow Waterjet Jan 14
Start this year by selecting the right waterjet for your operation. Our Selecting the Right Waterjet eBook talks about the advantages of using a waterjet cutting system. Learn more:
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Flow Waterjet Jan 10
Join Flow at Pacific Design and Manufacturing in Anaheim, CA. We will run a live demonstration of the Mach 200 in Booth 3435. Our application engineers will also be on hand to answer all your waterjet questions.
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Flow Waterjet Jan 9
A waterjet's versatility is why companies of all different industries and sizes can benefit from the technology. If you want to learn waterjet basics, this eBook is an excellent resource for you.
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Flow Waterjet Jan 8
Can a waterjet cut 24" of stone that is square, circle, or tapered? Absolutely! Waterjet cutting is high speed erosion focused through a tiny jeweled orifice with pressures up to 94,000 PSI. Learn more here:
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Flow Waterjet Jan 1
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Flow Waterjet Dec 25
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Flow Waterjet Dec 25
🌟 From our Flow family to yours! 🌟
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Flow Waterjet Dec 24
How does Santa manage to make all the toys by Christmas Eve? With the help of Elves, Christmas magic, and a waterjet of course! 🎅🏼
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Flow Waterjet Dec 21
From cutting of intricate stained glass, to piercing holes in glass, it’s not a problem with Flow waterjet. Check out this amazing glass design cut using our waterjet.
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Flow Waterjet Dec 20
Flow pumps are capable of reliably delivering ultrahigh-pressure water for heavy-duty industrial use for today’s manufacturers.
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Flow Waterjet Dec 19
Flow offers a variety of cutting head options for your application needs. From 2D to multi-axis cutting, we provide the highest accuracy, fastest cut part.
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Flow Waterjet Dec 19
Flow offers a variety of cutting head options for your application needs. From 2D to multi-axis cutting, we provide the highest accuracy, fastest cut part.
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Flow Waterjet Dec 18
As a complete system manufacturer, every part of a Flow waterjet is designed to work together to make your cutting operations better. Looking to improve your cutting operations? See all Mach series systems side by side:
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Flow Waterjet Dec 17
As the world leader and inventor of waterjet, Flow researches, designs and manufactures the entire waterjet system.
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Flow Waterjet Dec 13
Here at Flow, we have a pump that fits your application needs, from linear intensifier pump to direct drive rotary pumps. The pump is the heart of the waterjet, which delivers pressurized water to the cutting head.
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Flow Waterjet Dec 12
What is the feedback system in terms of waterjet cutting? On a motion system, the feedback system provides positional and possibly velocity feedback to the CNC control system. Learn more by visiting the waterjet dictionary:
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Flow Waterjet Dec 11
There is pure waterjet and abrasive waterjet. These two technologies can cut virtually any material, any shape, at any thickness.
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Flow Waterjet Dec 10
The total time it takes to complete a cut is important for production. This factor comes into play when choosing a waterjet cutting system. Learn more:
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