Ultra-high-pressure waterjet

  • 13-Oct-2009 09:01 EDT
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Flow International Corp.’s new Mach Series line of waterjet machines is designed to deliver maximum versatility, combining the latest software upgrades, pressure ratings up to 94,000 psi, a long-life intensifier and direct drive pumps, and 3-D Dynamic Waterjet cutting advancements. Mach 4 features a HyperJet 94i 94,000-psi intensifier pump, Dynamic XD for bevel and 3-D cutting of complex flat and non-flat parts, and FlowXpert waterjet cutting software. Mach 3 features a HyPlex Hybrid 60,000-psi pump, Dynamic Waterjet cutting system with ±10° of wrist motion, and a FlowPro intelligent control system. Mach 2 features a JetPlex 55,000-psi direct drive pump, Paser ECL cutting system, and FlowMaster intelligent control system.

For more information, visit booth 1010 at SAE AeroTech 2009

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