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Compact Waterjets: The Perfect Teaching Tool

At trade schools, universities and high schools, abrasive waterjet cutting machines provide an excellent teaching tool. They are simple, versatile, easy to use—and easy on the budget. Full-size industrial abrasive waterjets cost less than conventional chipmaking machines. Their drawback is their large size; many schools struggle to make room for waterjets. Now, compact machines offer their full-size counterpart’s benefits to teachers in a fully enclosed, cost-effective platform.

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