5-axis water jet cutting

5 Axis Waterjet Cutting & Abrasive Waterjet Cutting

RED offers the most advanced 5 axis waterjet cutting in the industry. RED's multi-axis cutting capabilities automatically compensate for taper, as well as cut angles up to 60° (degrees) off vertical. We can cut holes and precision shapes with beveled edges as well as shape metal edges for weld preparation.

water jet cutting precision metal parts

Using precision computer controlled cutting heads, RED can efficiently complete multiple projects for you without retooling between projects, saving you time and money. No hard tooling is needed. Plus, 5 axis waterjet cutting allows the stacking, nesting and cutting of multiple parts at one time.

Our state-of-the-art technology is capable of high levels of accuracy, resulting in parts that need no secondary finishing. Using a jet of water and an abrasive at pressures up to 60,000 psi, RED can cut virtually any material, such as:

  • Aluminum
  • Mild, Stainless and Tool Steel
  • Titanium
  • Carbon fiber, Ceramics and Laminates
  • Marble, Granite, Tile and Stone
  • Exotic Alloys

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  • Copper and Brass
  • Rubber
  • Plastic
  • Foam
  • Wood
  • Glass

RED's 5 axis waterjet cutting service includes:

  • Contract Manufacturing
  • Prototype to Long Production Runs
  • Five-Day Turnaround or Less
  • Free Quotes and Technical Advice

water jet cutting precision metal parts
water jet cutting precision metal parts
water jet cutting precision metal parts

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We use RED because we usually get quotes back the next day the cut quality is better than other water jet cutters we have used in the past. Some other shops we have used took a week to get a quote back to us unless we pestered them. We usually need parts fast and RED has been great about helping us get parts when we need them.

We had to repair a silage bagger in a couple days before harvest and Steve rushed these patterns so we could get the machine back in the field.”

Stahlbush Island Farms