Waterjet Works! FAQ
What is waterjet cutting?
Why use waterjet technology over other methods?
What are the benefits of waterjet cutting?
Why should an architectural / interior design firm specify waterjet technology over other methods when other methods are capable of cutting the material?
Are all waterjet machines capable of cutting the same?
There are residential architects and there are commercial architects. Are there different types of waterjet companies?
How can I know if I am working with a knowledgeable company?
How important is the programmer?
What is the procedure to ensure a successful job?
Do you have a generic set of specification in VCT?
If pricing is different from one company to the next, how do I compare apples to apples?
What is the procedure for receiving a "request for proposal" on a logo?
Is there a difference in pricing due to materials?
Is it more expensive to cut VCT or sheet vinyl?
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Did You Know...?
A waterjet can cut up to 8 in. thick steel and titanium on a production basis. There have been cases where 12 in. thick material has been cut.
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