We are a specialist Waterjet cutting provider, with a decade of experience operating in the waterjet cutting industry and over 35 years trading in the engineering sector. You can be assured your parts are being cut using the latest technology by experienced knowledgeable staff.
- ISO9001:2015 Quality Certified.
- 24 Hour quotes**.
- Competitive pricing.
- Nationwide delivery – We deliver across the UK.
What materials do we cut?
- Metals – Stainless steel, carbon steel, corten steel, aluminium, brass and copper.
- Stone & Ceramics – Granite, limestone, marble and ceramics including wall & floor tiles.
- Composites – GRP and carbon fibre.
- Gasket & Sealing – Rubber, neoprene, silicone, graphite.
- Woods, Plastics, Glass* and Kevlar
Small enough to care
We may not be the largest waterjet provider in the country, we don’t have the most machines or a team of hungry sales people, however we are proud to be able to offer a personal service and maintain attention to detail. When your job is being cut on the machine it is our department’s only priority.
To get started all you need to do is provide us with a drawing (or a sample part), we will be able to quote you a price and lead time. We can work with most drawing formats (including hand sketches), however if you are able to provide a CAD drawing in DWG or DXF format this will speed up the quoting and cutting process, you will also save on the cost of us producing a CAD drawing to cut your part from.
What is waterjet cutting?
By pressurising water to a ultra high pressure and directing it through a cutting nozzle to create a jet of water We have two options available with our Bystronic system, pure water and abrasive cutting.
With pure water cutting we are able to cut soft materials including sealing materials, rubbers, plastics, and foams. The waterjet is extremely fine at 0.1mm, this allows the cutting of fine contours, sharp angles, and tight internal corners.
Cutting with abrasive allows us to cut harder materials including metals, stone, glass* and ceramics. The abrasive we use is called garnet sand, this is mixed with the jet of water, with this process it is the abrasive which cuts the material material away.
External useful web links*Toughened glass can not be waterjet cut.
*Toughened glass can not be waterjet cut.
**24 hour quotes are subject