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WAZER – The First Desktop Waterjet Cutting Machine

Mika Yeap
Updated May 30, 2018

With roots in mining dating back to the mid-1800's, waterjet cutting uses a high pressure stream of water to cut materials in industrial applications. Today, waterjets add flexibility to the traditionally tedious process of cutting hard stuff.

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