Affordable, Easy-to-Use, and Perfect for Large Format Cutting
AVERAGE TURNKEY PACKAGE: $180,000-300,000 CAD
Don’t have a large budget, but do need to make highly accurate cuts for aerospace, automotive, HVAC, marine, stone cutting, or general metal fabrication purposes?
The 6000 Series CNC Waterjet may be just the solution you’ve been looking for. It’s been specially designed to accurately cut a wide variety of materials at high speeds. And of course, since you cut with water, you get an excellent finish without an edge damaged by excessive heat.
All manufacturing’s been done with certified laser calibration equipment, so you don’t have to second-guess the precision level. That also means your customers can count on high work quality too, which means they’re happier.
Modular base rails have been made from ½” thick structural tubing. This means you have an extremely rigid cutting base, which nearly eliminates vibration and keeps your cutting quality high. The 6000 Series CNC Waterjet also runs much quieter (and especially so at higher speeds) than a rack-and-pinion system because of the Alpha gearboxes and precision manufacturing the machine frame.
The helical rack also has many more engaged teeth than your standard straight system, and that helps the CNC Waterjet accelerate faster and cut more accurately. The rapid-traverse moves so quickly that your customers will even notice if they stop by to see you working in action.
Add on top of this MultiCam’s EZ control system, which does just like it sounds, and you have a winning combination for quality, accuracy, and consistency.
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KMT PRO60, SL-PRO125, SLVI-100, SLVI-50, SLVI-40, SLVI-30
Depending on the application, the Streamline Series is a configurable designed waterjet pump that can be custom built based on a variety of options to meet cutting solution requirements. Key features and options include enhanced performance with an increased intensifier flow rate, modular design, power factor correction, and IE3 and NEMA premium motor design