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Water Jet $43,500.00 – Flexible, Reliable, and Affordable

Monday, July 8th, 2013

3D Water Jet   $43,500.00    Flexible, Reliable, and Affordable

Water jet can cut through just about any materials that can be placed under its cutting head. Here is a list of material that can be process with water jet: Aluminum sheets, stainless, iconel, composites,  stone, foam, glass, plastic, leather, tile, paper, food, rubber and many others.

In addition to simply cutting, water jet offer great flexibility and maneuverability. Thus, water jet offer un-matching capability in cutting angel, pattern, and shapes. Water jet technology also enables artists to be even more creative in a three-dimensional way.

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Limited floor space. 6 x 3 Water Jet – $43,500.00 – 55k PSI

Monday, June 24th, 2013

With a new machine warranty and tax benefits why buy used?

This machine is built with pride and expertise to give you many years of successful cutting capability.

caldwellmachinery 3 x 6 55k psi water jet Limited floor space.  6  x  3 Water Jet   $43,500.00   55k PSI

         Competitive Advantages

  1. A one-year warranty
  2. Spare parts are in stock or easily located in the marketplace
  3. Factory service, installation and training
  4. DXF files and NC code support with AutoCAD DXF export
  5. We strive to have a two business hour turn around time for all routine technical issues
  6. Some special technical issues may require video conferencing, engaging with our business partners. We aim to have these types of issues resolved within eight business hours.
  7. For the most challenging technical issues, our technical personnel will be on site within 24 business hours.

The non-thermal cutting method allows users to cut everything from accurate prototypes to large nested programs for optimal production in virtually any material and a wide range of thicknesses. 

What can a water jet cut?

Many small and large businesses benefit from our products and services and we will do everything we can ensure that your company will grow and succeed in the waterjet cutting industry like so many of our customers already have.
caldwellmachinery 3 x 6 55k psi water jet Limited floor space.  6  x  3 Water Jet   $43,500.00   55k PSI

10 x 6 – 55k PSI – 4 Axis CNC – Water Jet $75,900

Monday, June 24th, 2013

4 Axis Cutting  —  $75,900.00 for a complete 10 x 6  system !!!

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The main benefit of a four  axis cutting head is to compensate taper, and to make the finished it completely vertical through the fourth axis. This specially engineered cutting head has perform remote markedly in many cutting feels and reducing the processing cost of increased operating efficiency. It has a maximum limit of 4 degree angle with the rotational accuracy of 0.01 degrees.
For taper compensation, the distance between the cutting head and the surface of the work piece must be maintained with high accuracy. The height positioning accuracy of the four axis is 0.01 mm positioning cutting accuracy. 0.1 mm, which can easily meet various cutting requirements.
In the marble matching process, water jet cutting with a four  axis cutting head design is simply amazing. When the angle of the cutting head reaches 4 degrees, the finished edge shows tremendous improvement. As can be seen from this picture, there is no gap between the two joint services. Hence a secondary polishing procedure is no longer required. Thereby, it increases working efficiency and reduces the production cost.
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With this improved four axis dynamic cutting head design.  Marble matching is no longer a difficult technique. It has made the traditionally complex marble matching an easy job.
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The same methodology is also applicable in glass straight hole drilling. As an example, when piercing holes in the glass. It is not necessary to decrease the cutting speed in order to get straight holes. The ideal effect can be achieved without changing cutting speed, and that is highly beneficial!

3 x 6 – 55K PSI – Water Jet – $43,500.00

Wednesday, June 12th, 2013

With a new machine warranty and tax benefits why buy used?

 

This machine is built with pride and expertise to give you many years of successful cutting capability.
flying b 3 x 6 3 x 6   55K PSI   Water Jet      $43,500.00

The non-thermal cutting method allows users to cut everything from accurate prototypes to large nested programs for optimal production in virtually any material and a wide range of thicknesses.

Many small and large businesses benefit from our products and services and we will do everything we can ensure that your company will grow and succeed in the waterjet cutting industry like so many of our customers already have.

With our easy to use controller, software and precision cutting system nearly anyone can make accurate parts.

50HP high pressure pump. (working pressure 55kpsi)
Cutting table working range 10’x 6′
PC based controller and software with USB port
Z-axis programmable
Uses intensifier pressurization
Max. Water discharge at 55,000psi : 3.8L/min
Max. Diameter of orifice at 55,000psi: .014
Max. Operating pressure: 55,000psi
Continuous operating pressure: 55,000psi
Power requirement: 480V/60HZ/3phase
Electronic shift

Water Jet …. CNC Control

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

Complete 10′ x 6′   Water Jet System  $69,000.00

cnc control Water Jet  .... CNC Control

CNC System

Main features

Highly reliable industrial personal computer
User-friendly interface with real-time process check control
network ready for operator and designer to share files
17 inch LCD for better look and feel
portable controller station operator operate at any desired position
DXF files and NC code support
AutoCAD DXF export
With the forward and backward cutting function you can avoid a shutdown time which preserves work integrity

Steady Speed Control Function

Velocity change drastically affects processing quality regardless of straight line or circular arc cutting. Steady speed control system regulates cutting speed on each axis with a constant velocity which guarantees cutting quality.

Subsection Processing Model And Smooth Processing Model

With smooth processing model. Line controller I just speed according to design figure by connecting multiple smaller lines together with circular arcs this news out speed fluctuation the finishing edges and improved were quality.

Automatic Speed Processing Function For Small Arcs

this function allows users to set limits on the radius of small art and cutting speed. The system automatically detects the size of the art radius during operation radius exceeds the preset limit cutting proceeds at high speed. If our radius is below or equal to the limit, it operates at a desired lower speed. this approach improved operating efficiency and product quality.

Repeat Cutting Function

For large batch operation. Repeat cutting function allows the operator to program repeatable operations. One piece at a time until all batch is processed. Less keystrokes equals better efficiency

Power Outage Coordination Recovery Function

In the case of a power interruption or loss this reset capability memorizes 10 previous coordinates which can be recovered after power is restored.

Dual Speed Variation Function

With the separation of high and low speed operational parameters. It allows convenient adjustment of operational speed even in a low-speed situation. This guarantees quality at every corner.

Pause Function And Variable Starting Section Function

During the cutting process. This function allows you to pause and manually move the machine or NBI to a position to to resume cutting without the need of a program reset. In fact, it allows you to resume cutting at any line number. This makes our waterjet highly flexible and reversible to meet different requirements.

 

 

Waterjet Cutting Applications

Thursday, April 11th, 2013

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Waterjet Cutting Applications

Ultra high-pressure waterjet precision cutting uses a high-speed water stream that carries great kinetic energy along with an abrasive substance. Compared to other high-energy beam processing methods, such as laser, ionic, or electron beam, ultra high-pressure waterjet is the only cold cutting technology.

Waterjet cutting is widely used in the modern manufacturing industry, especially in plant engineering and manufacturing field. It also has greatly improved production efficiency and quality.

Metallic material cutting

JXo8kCE Waterjet Cutting Applications

We can cut metallic materials such as stainless steel, iron, copper, etc, which is useful for architectural decoration and cutting a variety of metallic machine parts. Our company stands out because, we have many advantages over other cutting methods.

§  No thermal or chemical deformation
§  Phenomenal edge quality
§  Elimination of further processing
§  Method does not create toxic fumes or airborne dust when in process
§  Does not create bad influence on environment
§  Fast with precision
§  Less material waste

Glass cutting

KSmiAGd Waterjet Cutting Applications

A&V Waterjet machines are useful for household electrical appliances, bathroom applications(ceramics), architectural glass decoration, automobile window, and display materials
It offers you the capability of being able to create words or patterns with glass materials. Our fairly unique technique of waterjet technology has given us the power to cut glass in to complex shapes. This technique also makes it possible to fabricate glass onto a large screen, curtain walls, a variety of electrical appliance panels, and glass wares.

Building Materials

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The most common applications for waterjet cutting include processing tiles, stone and other building materials. Waterjet cutting process all kinds of complex tiles plus marble design and inlays. This precision cutting not only replaces traditional manual cutting or grinding but also increases efficiency. As a result, waterjet techniques are welcomed by many manufacturers and A&V Waterjets are sold and distributed across the world.

Composites, bulletproof material, soft material, etc.

A&V Waterjet machines are ideal for
§  cutting automotive interior components
§  cutting foam, sponge, paper, rubber, etc.
§  cutting carpet materials

WATERJET FAQ

Friday, April 5th, 2013
 bridge WATERJET FAQ

$69,900.00

How much do I have to spend on a waterjet cutting system? 

Caldwell Machinbery offers new waterjet cutting machines starting with $40K only. A middle line of product typically goes from $120,000. We can certainly meet your customization needs. Please contact us for a free and no obligation quotation.

What tolerances can we expect from waterjet cutting?

80% of world’s abasivejet waterjets have kerfs around ±0.003 inch or looser. Others may have kerfs around ±0.0005inch to ±0.001. With Waterjet technology, the tolerances will be sharper.

Should I cut underwater?
Underwater waterjet cutting reduces the noise to under 75dB and eliminates material frosting within 1/16″ from the jet. T he downside of this process is you need water level control on your catcher in order to see the underwater cutting process. Without the control, you need to work underwater and handle the cutting process.

How thick can it cut?
Operators cut up to 8-inch steel and titanium in production. There have been cases where 12″ and even 15″ thick materials have been cut. However, majority of cutting from operators ranges from 1/4″ to 2″.

What kind of abrasive are you using?
Garnet is by far the most commonly used abrasive material. It is abundant, cheap, enhances cutting speed, increases tube life and reduces health hazards. Other abrasives include olivine sand, aluminum oxide, and some man-made materials

At what pressure do you cut?
Waterjets cuts at 90,000psi. It is also the maximum intensifier pump pressure. Although higher pressures can result in higher maintenance cost on intensifier pumps especially on the seals, the result is higher cutting speed and efficiency.

What taper can I expect?
With a Waterjet system, you will experience virtually no taper. In the case of conventional waterjet cutting, the taper you get is a function of the cut speed. However, the worst taper you will get will be equal to the maximum kerf width at the top (example: 0.035″) and 0.000″. at the bottom. As you slow down the taper will be reduced until you get parallel sides. Most tapers you see on precise cuts are 0.002″ to 0.004″ on a side.

How much water will you use when cutting at 55,000 psi?
Each 0.010″ orifice uses 0.5 gpm.
Each 0.013″ orifice uses 0.82 gpm
Each 0.016″ orifice uses 1.24 gpm

When is maintenance required at the pump?
You need to replace the high pressure seal after 400 to 1200 hours of usage on a 55,000 psi intensifier and replace the seal after 200 to 600 hours of usage on a regular pump.

What is the minimum water level depths?
In most waterjet systems 36 inches of water in the catchers dissipates the energy of the jet.

How long does the material support last?
You can expect hundreds of hours of production time from the support grating before the need to replacing it. We recommend that, as long as you don’t cut just one pattern over the same section for thousands of parts, slats and grates can be shifted, swapped, and flipped just as with plasma and laser cutting. Thus, this will extend the life of the grating supports.

How long does the mixing tube last?
The highest quality ceramic carbide mixing tubes last 30% longer than other mixing tubes. A tube such as this can deliver 150 hours of cutting time for 0.020″ in diameter. Many users keep the mixing tubes longer and use them to cut parts which require looser tolerances.

How much abrasive is used?
For the most efficient cutting, cutting heads on a 55,000 psi intensifier use:
0.010/0.030     0.9 lb/min
0.014/0.040     1.4 lb/min
0.018/0.050     2.5 lb/min

What about programing A&V Waterjet machine?
Our systems are relatively easy to program as compare to any other waterjet cutting system. Our professional PC based waterjet software is capable of reading any 2D DXF files. Programming for abrasive waterjets is quick and easy. An operator with little experience should be able to learn how to program and operate the machine within one week.

What weight is required to press and hold down the workpiece?

Since the force exerted on the workpiece is very small (under 1 lb. for precision cuts and under 5 lbs. for average cuts), the need for very large and stiff fixtures is eliminated. Many customers use simple weights to hold the parts in place.

What are the operating costs of a waterjet?
Hourly machine cost ranges from $19 per hour for the small head (0.010/0.030) and up to $35 per hour for the large head (0.016/0.040). It does not include labor, lease, and depreciation.

What is the cost of the abrasive?
Abrasive will cost between $0.16 per pound to $0.40 per pound delivered, depending on the type and quantity you purchase.

How loud is it?
Noise from the waterjet is dependent upon the distance the supersonic jet is exposed to the open air. If you are cutting underwater, the noise level will be under 75 dB. If you are cutting above water, and especially if there is a large distance between the mixing tube and the work piece, the noise will be much higher, up to 95 dB. In these cases, most customers enclose the entire work area.

How do we dispose of water/garnet?
Neither water nor garnet are toxic or hazardous in any way. Water, when properly filtered for turbidity, can be flush down to the drainage systems. The garnet waste can usually be dumped in a standard landfill.

Is this pure water?
It is clean water. Most of our customers use softened tap water. Intensifier pumps should be supplied with filter cartridges that clean the water down to 0.5 micron. De-ionized or reverse osmosis systems are generally not recommended. These types of systems can make the water too clean, which makes the water aggressive and harmful to the pump.

Do you recycle the water?
Recycling systems are available. However, because waterjet systems use a small amount of water it is not economically viable for most users.

High Pressure Waterjet Cleaning Machine System

Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013
Features: 1. High pressure safety protection.

2. Uses water only

3. Advanced control to turn on/off pressured water stream with no delay.

4. Multiple nozzle spray cleaning system.

ws High Pressure Waterjet Cleaning Machine System Specification:1. Up to 200MPa, adjustable between 60-200MPa.

2. Flow rate: 25L/min (about 6 gal/min).

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Applications: The high pressure cleaning machines are specially useful for hard to reach, hard to scrub places, like to high, too small of space, etc.

1. Petroleum refinery company: to clean different kinds of heat sink/radiator, reaction container, and pipe, etc.

2. Surface preparation.

3. Power generate plant: condenser, steam turbine etc.

4. Automobile maker: assemble line cleaning.

5. Civil public work: removing the paint of marks on the road pavement, airport run way clean, etc.

$49,750.00 New Water Jet System (4′ x 4′) In Stock

Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013

This 4 x 4 water jet is equipped with a 55 k PSI intensifier. Small enough to fit in you shop yet big enough to do the job. A low cost waterjet with excellent service and support.
This is one of the smallest waterjet machines on the market.

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Are you considering a used machine? With Section 179 tax Savings this machine only costs $32,338.00 or enough savings for 18 months of payments!

Two Types of Waterjets : Pure Waterjet vs Abrasive Waterjets

Thursday, July 19th, 2012

 

The two types of waterjets are the pure waterjet and the abrasive waterjet. Both have unique capabilities proven a benefit to industry.

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 Pure Waterjet

Pure waterjet is the original water cutting method. The first commercial applications were in the early to mid 1970s, and involved the cutting of corrugated cardboard. The largest uses for pure waterjet cutting are disposable diapers, tissue paper, and automotive interiors. In the cases of tissue paper and disposable diapers the waterjet process creates less moisture on the material than touching or breathing on it. Unplanned down time, common to other cutting processes, cost over $20,000 per hour (US dollar) in some diaper or tissue plants. The waterjet provides the 24 hour per day, 7 day per week, 360 day per year operation required by such applications – maintenance can be scheduled into production.

Pure waterjet attributes:

VERY THIN STREAM (0.004 TO 0.010 INCH IN DIAMETER IS THE COMMON RANGE)

EXTREMELY DETAILED GEOMOETRY

VERY LITLE MATERIAL LOSS DUE TO CUTTING

NON-HEAT CUTTING

CUT VERY THICK

CUT VERY THIN

USUALLY CUTS VERY QUICKLY

ABLE TO CUT SOFT, LIGHT MATERIALS (E.G., FIBERGLASS INSULATION UP TO 24”

THICK)

EXTREMELY LOW CUTTING FORCES

SIMPLE FIXTURING

24 HOUR PER DAY OPERATION

 

Pure Waterjet Cutting Heads

As you may recall from an earlier section of this document, the basic waterjet process involves water flowing from a pump, through plumbing, and out a cutting head.

 In waterjet cutting, the material removal process can be described as a supersonic erosion process. It is not pressure, but stream velocity that tears away microscopic pieces or grains of material. Pressure and velocity are two distinct forms of energy. But how is the pump’s water pressure converted to this other form of energy, water velocity? The answer lies in a tiny jewel. A jewel is affixed to the end of the plumbing tubing. The jewel has a tiny hole in it. The pressurized water passes through this tiny opening changing the pressure to velocity. At approximately

40,000 psi the resulting stream that passes out of the orifice is traveling at Mach 2. And at 60,000 psi the speed is over Mach 3.

 

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Question: How hot is the water in a Mach 3 waterjet stream?

Answer: The water is warmed as it is accelerated to high speed. Frictional forces and other

factors warm the stream as it exits the orifice. In let water temperature provides the starting point.

Water temperature is then raised 2 to 3 degrees for each 1,000 psi. The quick answer is the

Mach 3 jet is approximately 170 to 180 degrees F.

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Pure waterjet orifice diameter ranges from 0.004 to 0.010 inch for typical cutting. When waterblasting concrete with a nozzle traversing back and forth on a tractor, a single large orifice of up to 1/10th of an inch is often used.

The three common types of orifice materials (sapphire, ruby, diamond) each have their own unique attributes. Sapphire is the most common orifice material used today. It is a man-made, single crystal jewel. It has a fairly good quality stream, and has a life, with good water quality, of approximately 50 to 100 cutting hours. In abrasive waterjet applications the sapphire’s life is ½ that of pure waterjet applications.

Ruby can also be used in abrasive waterjet applications. The stream characteristics are well suited for abrasivejet, but are not well suited for pure waterjet cutting. The cost is approximately the same as the sapphire.

Diamond has considerably longer run life (800 to 2,000 hours) but is 10 to 20 times more costly.

Diamond is especially useful where 24 hour per day operation is required. Diamonds, unlike the other orifice types, can sometimes be ultrasonically cleaned and reused.

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Abrasive Waterjets

The abrasive waterjet differs from the pure waterjet in just a few ways. In pure waterjet, the supersonic stream erodes the material. In the abrasive waterjet, the waterjet stream accelerates abrasive particles and those particles, not the water, erode the material. The abrasive waterjet is hundreds, if not thousands of times more powerful than a pure Waterjet. Both the waterjet and the abrasive waterjet have their place. Where the pure waterjet cuts soft materials, the abrasive waterjet cuts hard materials, such as metals, stone, composites and ceramics. Abrasive waterjets using standard parameters can cut materials with hardness up to and slightly beyond aluminum oxide ceramic (often called Alumina, AD 99.9). In the next section we will explore abrasive waterjet attributes and how the abrasive waterjet cutting head works.

Abrasive Waterjet attributes:

EXTREMELY VERSATILE PROCESS

NO HEAT AFFECTED ZONES

NO MECHANICAL STRESSES

EASY TO PROGRAM

THIN STREAM (0.020TO 0.050 INCH IN DIAMETER)

EXTREMELY DETAILED GEOMETRY

THIN MATERIAL CUTTING

10 INCH THICK CUTTING

STACK CUTTING

LITTLE MATERIAL LOSS DUE TO CUTTING

SIMPLE TO FIXTURE

LOW CUTTING FORCES (UNDER 1 LB. WHILE CUTTING)

ONE JET SETUP FOR NEARLY ALL ABRASIVEJET JOBS

EASILY SWITCHED FROM SINGLE TO MULTI-HEAD USE

QUICKLY SWITCH FROM PURE WATERJET TO ABRASVIE WATERJET

REDUCED SECONDARY OPERATIONS

LITTLE OR NO BURR

Abrasive Waterjet Cutting Heads

Within every abrasive waterjet is a pure waterjet. abrasive is added after the pure Waterjet stream is created. Then the abrasive particles are accelerated, like a bullet in a rifle, down the mixing tube.

 The abrasive used in abrasive waterjet cutting is hard sand that is specially screened and sized.

The most common abrasive is garnet. Garnet is hard, tough and inexpensive. Like the pink colored sandpaper found at the hardware store, different mesh sizes are used for different jobs.

120 Mesh – produces smooth surface

80 Mesh – most common, general purpose

50 Mesh – cuts a little faster than 80, with slightly rougher surface.

The mixing tube acts like a rifle barrel to accelerate the abrasive particles. They, like the orifice, come in many different sizes and replacement life. Mixing tubes are approximately 3 inches long,

¼ inch in diameter, and have internal diameters ranging from 0.020 to 0.060 inch, with the most common being 0.040 inch.

Although the abrasive waterjet machine typically is considered simple to operate and ‘bullet proof,’ the mixing tube does require operator attention. A major technological advancement in Waterjet was the invention of truly long-life mixing tubes. Unfortunately, the longer life tubes are far more brittle than their predecessors, tungsten carbide tubes. If the cutting head comes in contact with clamps, weights, or the target material the tube may be broken. Broken tubes cannot be repaired. Today’s most advanced systems incorporate collision detection to spare the mixing tube.

The standoff distance between the mixing tube and the target material is typically 0.010 to 0.150 inch. Larger standoff (greater than 0.080 inch) can cause a frosting to appear atop the cut edge of the part. Many Waterjet systems reduce or eliminate this frosting by cutting under water or using other techniques.

The consumable items in an abrasive Waterjet are the water, abrasive, orifice (usually Ruby) and mixing tube. The abrasive and mixing tube are exclusive to the abrasive waterjet. The other consumables are also found in the pure waterjet.