At WARDJet, we are constantly pushing the boundaries of waterjet cutting. Recently our R&D Department was testing extreme angle cutting of an ellipse. When cutting at a consistent angle you are able to achieve a concave edge on your ellipse. This is what is known as a hyperboloid of one sheet, where many straight lines create the effect of a curved edge. These results illustrate how dynamic waterjet cutting can be. With a wide range of techniques able to produce such varied edge finishes, waterjet cutting may be the perfect solution for your application.
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