Optima waterjet cutting machine
From Kerf Developments
Waterjet cutting is a cold process, meaning that there are no heat affected zones, hardened material or material stresses created during the cutting process. A clean accurate burr-free finish often eliminates the need for secondary surface finishing.
The process also leads to small diameter highly accurate Kerfs, ensuring that the clean finished products can be manufactured in a way that might not be possible with other processes. As well as being ideal for both short and long production runs, waterjet cutting enables prototypes for products still in development to be quickly and easily created, modified and refined where appropriate.
Varies Per Material
Available in multiple configurations
3, 4 or 5 axis control
Aluminium, Brass, Copper, Mild Steel, Stainless Steel, Titanium, Tool Steel, Acrylic Foam, Nylon, Polypropylene, Rubber, Carbon Fibre, Ceramic, Glass, Granite, Kevlar, Marble
Supported Cutting Technology
OPTIMA WATERJET CUTTING RANGE
See it in action
The Plasmaster can be supplied with a choice of plasma units to suit customers’ requirements, with systems available for materials from 1mm galvanised plate through to 25mm thick mild steel. The 125 amp Lincoln Electric Flexcut plasma is an excellent air plasma suitable for a range of applications in material up to 25mm thick.
The Plasmaster machine is also available with the latest Lincoln Electric Flexcut 200 plasma unit which offers excellent cut quality with FineLine cutting technology which offers high quality plasma cutting of 25mm thick material on a compact size machine.
All machines supplied by Kerf are built to the highest engineering standards and will provide years of reliable operation. The Plasmaster machines will retain high residual values based on their use of best in class components and build quality.
- Ability to cut a wide variety of materials from one platform
- Flexible bed sizes available, and multiple cutting head solutions for increased productivity
- Excellent edge quality with little requirement for secondary processing
- Control of 5 axes, to control taper and bevel of cuts
- High value retention for resale at a later date