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WaterJet Cutting Services
(405) 831-2085
Serving Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas and the Greater USA

DESIGN & MATERIALS SPECS

Commonly Cut  Materials

Acrylics

Aluminum

Armor Plate (AR500; AR400; A36)

Brass

Bronze

Cast Iron

Carbon Fiber

Composite Materials

Compound Metals

Copper

Copper/Tungsten Alloy

Fiberglass

Foam

Granite

Graphite

Hard Steel

Inconel

Leather


Limestone

Linoleum


Manganese Steel


Mild Steel


Molybdenum


Mylar


Nickel Alloys


Nylon


Plastics


Plexiglass


Polycarbonate


Polyethylene


Polymers


Porcelain


Reflective Materials


Stainless Steel


Stone

 

Tile


Titanium


Travertine


Tungsten

Check with us about other

man-made or natural materials,
or for cuts more than 6” thick.

WardJet head in action Waterjet machine head


The Advantages of Waterjet Cutting 

Waterjet cutting is a technologically-advanced process that uses computer-controlled abrasion to cut most natural and man-made materials.  The machine uses ordinary tap water and garnet sand to accomplish its environmentally friendly process.  Semi-precious garnet stone is ground to sand-like consistency and used on harder materials to increase efficiency of abrasive cutting.
 

No HAZ (Heat Affected Zone)

Laser, plasma, and oxy-fuel cutting methods produce heat that can damage sensitive surfaces during cutting.   Waterjet's cold cutting system eliminates problems caused by cutting with heat.   The waterjet process cuts fragile and flammable materials, such as plastics and polymers, with speed and efficiency.

No Shear Stress

Warping, or deformation caused by force, occurs with most pressure cutting processes. Materials like carbon fiber, glass, acrylic, and laminates require more effective cutting methods. Waterjet cutting is the answer.

Unmatched Versatility

Envision Rapid Cutting uses a state-of-the-art WardJet ZXA-613, made in Tallmadge, Ohio.

Our WardJet has a single cutting head with two (2) axis capability and a gigantic cutting envelope.

Each panel or piece can be cut to 144” long by 72” wide. (12’x6’)

Most materials respond well to cuts up to 6 inches thick, often with no secondary finishing. Depending on the material and your purpose, we may be able to make cuts up to 10 inches. Check with us if you have a question about this.

Waterjet cutting attains much higher tolerances than normal cutting, allowing us to precision cut the most intricate designs. Normal kerfs (cutting widths) are .04 to .05 inches. Depending on the material, higher rates may be possible.

Our CAD/CAM software is one of the most versatile design programs in the world.  It uses or converts most mainstream file types, including Autocad .dfx and .dwg  – even scanned images.  Check with us if you have a question about your design specs.

ERC can cut as few as one prototype to many thousand identical pieces.  We serve B2B customers, professional  architects, contractors, designers, artists, including individuals with DIY projects.  Importantly, we offer incredibly fast turn-around for times when you need it yesterday. 

Note:  Envision Rapid Cutting is located in Norman, Oklahoma.  Our low regional delivery fees can minimize freight costs to your job site, often saving you a bundle.  We can also assist by helping you arrange delivery to any job site in Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas, Missouri or the world.


ERC approaches every job as if it were our own.  We partner with you from first design draft to project completion. By becoming a member of your team, we can you assure the highest level of satisfaction.

Our customers achieve substantial cost savings by reducing waste, maximizing material use, creating common cutting lines and by saving you valuable time and expensive labor and handling.


For some processes there is no better way to cut than waterjet.   For some, there is ONLY waterjet.


If you don’t explore Envision Rapid Cutting, you may never know… Call Gene today!   (405) 831-2085

WARDJet ZXA-613

Our waterjet cutting process easily handles  aluminum, armor plate, brass, bronze, carbon fiber, ceramics, composites, copper, fiberglass, flagstone, foam, granite, hardened steel, inconel, laminates, leather, manganese steel, marble, mild steel, molybdenum, mylar, nickel, plexiglass, polycarbonate, polyethylene, polypropylene, polyurethane, rubber, stainless steel,  titanium, travertine, tungsten and more!

Depending on your working material, we can use either abrasive or nonabrasive cutting methods.

Contact us to discuss the needs of your particular project.   

gene@envisionrapidcutting.com

(405) 831-2085

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