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Accelerating Abrasives with the greatest precision to produce intricate medical components

This Article appeared in the October 2016 issue of Medical Design Briefs.   Functional prosthetic arm (courtesy of the John Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory) Accelerating Abrasives with the greatest precision to produce intricate medical components.  The latest medical developments typically involve smaller, more precise structures.  These can be implants, assemblies, or components and motors in robotic […]

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Micro Waterjet is now a proud sponsor of CORE autosport.

Micro Waterjet is now a proud sponsor of CORE autosport. Founded by Jon Bennett in 2010, CORE autosport has quickly become a respected name in motorsports. In four short years, the team has earned multiple championships at the highest level of sports car racing and is on an enviable path for sustained growth.  For more information please visit their website. […]

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White Paper: Overcoming Quality and Precision Challenges in Cutting Applications

As one of the most innovative technologies on the market for precision cutting of parts and components, Micro Waterjet has presented a leading-edge alternative for clients struggling with other cutting methods. Today, however, the company has taken their problem-solving approach a step further by publishing a comprehensive comparison guide that details the strengths and weaknesses […]

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Amputee Makes History with APL’s Modular Prosthetic Limb

Huntersville, NC, January 21, 2015: A Colorado man made history at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) this summer when he became the first bilateral shoulder-level amputee to wear and simultaneously control two of the Laboratory’s Modular Prosthetic Limbs. Micro Waterjet created a variety of parts in this device for the fingers, hand, […]

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Micro Waterjet LLC (MWJ) is featured in the article titled “Fine Tuning Abrasive Waterjets for Micro Applications.

16mmStainlessSteel_optGeologists say that the Colorado River once took a hard westward turn, then trickled its way across what is now northern Arizona to form the Grand Canyon. Abrasive waterjet pioneer Don Miller predicts there is another trickle coming, this one in the world of micromanufacturing.
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