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Waterjets

Used Waterjets For Sale

Please view the regularly updated inventory of used waterjet machines below. Inventory includes a variety of brands, lengths, and capacities. Below is our up to date selection of used waterjet machines. Our brands include but are not limited to: Mitsubishi, Techni, Flow Mach and more. If you don’t find the waterjet you are looking for, please contact us!

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6'
x 12'
Flow
713633-1
Year: 2006
5'
x 10'
IWM
Wc5wa3216h
Year: 2017
0'
x 0'
Flow
Mach 500
Year: 2017
1'
x 1'
Omax
protomax
Year: 2019
6.5'
x 13'
Flow / Ebbco
M100-4020
Year: 2019
0'
x 0'
Omax
1530
Year: 2020
6'
x 24'
Flow
714000-1
Year: 2008
6'
x 13'
Flow
Mach 2
Year: 2017
x 2'
Omax
2652
Year: 2008
6'
x 12'
Advanced Cutting Systems
Jet Pro 612 XHD
Year: 2022
x 0'
KMT
SL Pro 3 125
Year: 2018
2'
x 4'
Flow
NanoJet 1206
Year: 2017

A waterjet machine uses a high pressure stream of water to cut through a variety of materials. This includes anything from foam to steel! It is essentially the same as natural water erosion, except it is accelerated and focused onto a specific material by orders of magnitude. It is used for shaping, cutting, carving and reaming.

How does it work?  It first generates pressure and then converts the pressure into velocity.  The stream can be as small as a human hair! If you need to increase cutting power, you can add a garnet which adds to the abrasiveness of the stream.  It is then capable of cutting steel that is over a foot thick.

There are two types of waterjets: abrasive and pure.  An abrasive waterjet has a garnet attached and can cut through hard material like metal or stone.  A pure waterjet cuts softer material like foam, carpet or paper.

This machine consists of three components:

  • Table- The table is an X-Y nozzle mechanism with a garnet hopper attached and a catcher tank below.
  • Pump- This water pump is high pressured and provides the pressurized water that is used for the cutting process.
  • Controller-  This is a computer that controls the machine’s operations.

An advantage of waterjets is that they can cut metals without heat.  Often, heat during cutting can change their properties and affect the material.  Another advantage of using a waterjet is that it is typically a lower cost than other machines due to the fact that you do not need special tools or fixtures.  Waterjets can literally cut ANYTHING, so the possibilities are endless with your machine. What can a waterjet help create? Waterjets can help create electronic parts, robots and much more.

Revelation Machinery can always help you find what you need!  If you have any questions about water jets or need to find a specific brand/type, please feel free to contact us!  If you need to sell your used water jets, do so here.