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  • 50+ Compatible Material Types
  • Reverse-Engineering Capabilities
  • Affordable Prototypes and Production
  • Guaranteed Speed and Quality

Precise Waterjet Cutting Services

The Microwaterjet® process exceeds traditional cutting methods such as laser cutting and milling. Our micron-precise process harnesses the power of a high-pressure water stream accelerating the smallest abrasive particles available today. In addition, the Microwaterjet® process delivers exceptional results without the common disadvantages of other methods, such as EDM, chemical etch and traditional abrasive water jet cutting. These results include:

  • iso certificate logoNo heat affected area that occurs in laser cutting
  • No stacking or minimum thickness requirements that are typically found in EDM
  • No expensive and time-consuming post production process
  • No waste resulting from tool accessibility concerns

We Provide: Fluid Precision, Flawless Results.

Microwaterjet® is the most precise waterjet process available. It uses proprietary know-how developed with new Abrasive Waterjet Micro Machining (AWJMM®) technology to cut a wide range of materials, including heat-sensitive ones.

Microwaterjet® cutting is economical, resource saving, precise, gentle on materials, and eliminates the need for post-processing.

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    Results across an extensive range of materials from rubber to steel and virtually everything in between
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    Positioning accuracy: ± 0.003 mm
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    Kerf width: 0.2 mm (0.008″)
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    Cutting accuracy: ± 0.01 mm (depending on material and thickness)
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    Surface quality: equivalent to N7 or Ra1.6 micrometers
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    Maximum work piece size: 1000 x 600 mm
Learn more about our cutting process

MEYER TOOL HUNTERSVILLE works with clients throughout the Continental U.S. and Canada.

Meyer Tool Huntersville, LLC serves clients in the following states: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California , Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming. We also serve all provinces of Canada.

Narrow Kerf Widths

The Microwaterjet® process offers precise cutting that cuts the smallest kerf widths. This ability is especially helpful for cutting micro-components in medical technology. Click the link below to learn how the Microwaterjet® helped cut small components to build a robotic arm.
Narrow Kerf Widths


Optical Measuring

Our additional services include an intelligent optical measuring system that allows us to measure parts, even if you don’t have the drawings or specifications. For example, we used the Microwaterjet® to recreate lightning bolt watch hands. Click the link below to learn more.
Optical Measuring


Research & Development

Our expert engineering team offers elite research and development support to create a solution for cutting your material. For example, we worked with a customer to develop a process for cutting an optical grade glass stiffener to support a PC board. Find out more below.
Research and Development

FAQ

Why would I need Microwaterjet®?

In some cases, the parts that we produce cannot be cut any other way due to the combination of features and material type. Our customers are those who would have to post-process their parts after laser cutting or using wire EDM in order to remove slag or a recast layer.

Can The Microwaterjet® Cut Any Material?

Almost any material can be cut using our technology. Some types of glass and other extremely brittle materials cannot be cut. Many plastics and ceramics that are challenging to laser technology can be cut by Microwaterjet®. Where wire EDM is limited to conductive materials only, conductivity is not a requirement for Microwaterjet® technology.

How Does The Microwaterjet® Cutting Speed Compare To Conventional Water Jet Cutting?

Microwaterjet® was developed for creating fine features with higher tolerances than conventional water jet. Since we use a finer cutting stream and finer abrasive, our cutting speed is somewhat slower than conventional speeds.

How Does The Microwaterjet® Improve The Prototyping Process?

Microwaterjet® can prototype parts that can’t be cut using laser or wire EDM. You can also eliminate the cost associated with manufacturing stamping dies during the prototyping process.

What Clients Think

“NASCAR is a sport that requires speed and precision. That is why whenever we have small parts that are beyond our capabilities, there is nowhere…
– Todd C.
“The fabrication of our device requires a technology to cut extremely narrow, precise and repeatable grooves in a non-rectilinear geometry.  This would not be possible…
– David N.
“We have worked with Micro WaterJet to create precision plastic parts for a biological application.  We had previously worked with other waterjet companies, but they…
– Caleb H.
“Our experience as a customer of Micro Waterjet has been excellent. They deliver consistently fast and on time with accurate parts, which enables us to…
– Kevin K.
“GREAT doesn’t begin to describe the job that MICRO WATERJET has done and the profile could not be better.”
– Jim E.
“Those look 10x better than the laser cut pieces we currently have. I’m very impressed with the quality of the part.”
– Cory J.
“The gaskets that you cut for us look great.”
– William T.
“Thank you so much for the great work that you have done. I am very pleased with the end result of your company’s talent. I…
– Colas M.
“Thank you for processing those so quickly.”
– Mike B.
“The physical edge geometries from past parts you made for us were excellent.”
– Patrick A.
“Thanks for the extremely fast turnaround!”
– Erik M.
“The process that was used is approved for future prototyping.”
– Dan W.
“First of all I wanted to say thank you for the previous round of prototypes. I’m not sure I ever expressed my gratitude for the…
– Geoffrey P.
“I appreciate your help and your speedy response.”
– Dan S.
“I look forward to taking advantage of your technology now and in the future. I have modified the entire design to better leverage your capability.”
– Mike H.
“The width and length are spot on and they are impossible to tell from the originals. Thanks for a very pleasant and professional experience.”
– Jim E.
“I was extremely satisfied with the cutting, as I have been every time.”
– Clay W.
“Thanks for the great service on this order. The quality is great, and the fast turn helped us to get ahead of our schedule.”
– Dan
“We are very happy with the parts you cut for us. If all continues to go well, we will be looking at about 1 to…
– Clinton S.
“The parts were great. We added the countersinks and they fit perfectly onto the fixture. Thanks for turning them around so quickly.”
– Rick L.
The flat spring (or leaf spring), used in Wavefront Inc’s TillerClutchTM, is constructed from 304 stainless full hard temper spring stock, 0.508mm thick x15.875 mm…
-Pete Crawford
I am collaborating in the development of three-dimensional force instrumentation for use in conjunction with optical microscopes, for use mainly in the biomedical and material…
-Leandra Vicci
Renaissance Lighting manufactures high-end architectural, patented, solid-state LED lighting for commercial, government, medical, and residential construction including remodel projects. Pictured is the assembled, white 7DR3…
– Tom Dick

whitepaper-1-pngProduct Brochure:

Meyer Tool Huntersville Explains Its Cutting Process And Applications.
For a copy, please click HERE.

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Meyer Tool Huntersville Has a Certified Quality Management System.
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