Sponsoring | University of Nottingham

New Micro Waterjet Centre gives University the cutting edge
The University of Nottingham has launched a unique Microwaterjet® machine which enables it to cut almost any material to a micron level of accuracy.
Micro waterjets work by mixing a very fine abrasive with accelerated water at incredibly high speeds. They can cut everything from felt to precious stones and hard alloys at very high speeds and also provide a unique method of fast and flexible prototype production.

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Press Relase University of Nottingham

WATERjet AG sponsert die University of Nottinham mit einer microwaterjet F4, dem Mercedes unter den Mikrowasserstrahlschneidmaschinen

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