Waterjet cutting makes your project easy and your construction solid because it does not detract from the core material itself.
If you are in the middle of a construction project that requires the cutting of different materials to size, but you are concerned about compromising the material stability, you may want to consider waterjet cutting as an alternative to other material-cutting options. At Stainless Outfitters Inc., we are pleased to offer our waterjet cutting services to our customers regardless of material cutting requirements. With our 6×12 or 4×4 waterjet, we can cut mild steel, stainless, copper, bronze, all plastics, wood, glass, ceramics, and more to thicknesses of over 4 inches. We’ll ensure that your materials are in great shape and cut out to do the job at hand.
Waterjet cutting is done at relatively low temperatures, which eliminates a “heat affected zone” around the cut area, unlike the super-heated laser cut. This helps to maintain the composition of the material, which can be crucial in corrosive environments. Just send us your files, or we can create the necessary drawings for your project. Waterjet cutting makes your project easy and your construction solid because it does not detract from the core material itself. At Stainless Outfitters Inc., we believe you will find this superior to lasers and other forms of cutting.
Don’t hesitate to contact us if you are interested in learning more about how waterjet cutting can help your construction project go more smoothly. We are proud to offer the highest-quality products and services and have been working with stainless steel materials for over 30 years. Waterjet cutting is perfect for a number of applications, and we will be happy to assist you.
At Stainless Outfitters Inc., we offer stainless steel waterjet cutting in Barrie, Orillia, Newmarket, Alliston, Muskoka, Collingwood, Meaford, Thornbury, Stayner, Wasaga Beach, Midland, Penetanguishene, Gravenhurst, Bracebridge, Parry Sound, Owen Sound, Huntsville, Toronto and the GTA, as well as all of Ontario and North America.