How do I get my design to you?
Our machines run on DXF files, we also can accept EPS and Ai.
For drawings not in these formats, contact us to discuss.
What are your payment options?
We accept Visa, Eftpos, Mastercard or direct deposit.
Differences in Cutting Processes?
Unlike laser, plasma, oxy, wire cutting and flame cutting, Waterjet Cutting is a cold cutting process.
This means there is no warping or distortion of materials.
Using heat with other cutting processes generally ‘hardens’ the material, making it difficult to conduct further machining.
What is the smallest hole you can make in a material?
We can make a hole as small as 1.5mm in diameter. This saves you a great deal of time when you have a lot of various diameter holes in a part. We can even make holes in fragile materials, such as glass or tiles, without cracking.
What in the thickest you can cut?
We cut shim material from 0.1mm to heavy plate steels including Titanium to 100mm thick
What about laminates or composite panels like ACP and Alucobond ?
These materials are not a problem for the router. Which has the capability of cutting and profiling fold lines.
What sort or edges do the cutting produce?
Due to our sophisticated software running our machines, concave, flaring or tapered edges are not present after cutting. No Dross Edges which makes for no following cleanup.
Is the process expensive?
Email us your drawing or file and we can give you a quote. The important thing to remember is that when parts are cut with a waterjet they are ready to go straight off the machine. This will save you countless hours in machine and labour time, finishing off edges.
What is your turn around time?
We endeavour to get jobs turned around in 2-5 days.
What materials can your router cut?
Our router can cut wood, plastic, aluminium, brass and a whole lot more. The benefit of the router, is that bevels, chamfers, slots, partial cut throughS and engraving can be achieved.
What materials can you cut?
Mild Steel, Hardened Steel, Aluminium, Stainless Steel, Copper, Shim Steel, Plastic, Kevlar, Cement Pavers, Ceramic Tiles, Rubber, Glass, Granite, Marble, Timber, MDF, Cork, Nylon, PVC, and a whole lot more