Until now, waterjet cutting parts has been a slow and expensive process for businesses and individuals. If parts needed to be sourced quickly, the price would reflect the time restraints. SendCutSend’s automated waterjet process allows us to provide everyone from small businesses to large aerospace companies with fast, efficient and affordable waterjet services.
Waterjet is capable of highly intricate cuts with tolerances of +-.009” (.25mm) or better in composite materials.
When your parts are waterjet cut there’s virtually no HAZ (heat-affected zone). Double check that your parts fit within our waterjet cutting guidelines, and we’ll cut them to near-perfection every time.
The combination of water speed, pressure, nozzle size and abrasive flow rate allow waterjet cutting to produce a superior edge quality compared to laser cutting.
The crushed garnet in the waterjet stream acts like a belt sander, slowly abrading away the material, leaving a very smooth edge. Dross and burr commonly found in other cutting methods is effectively eliminated.
Pricing minimums on all orders start at $29. There are no minimum quantities and no hidden fees. You’ll also start saving 20% as soon as you add a second identical part. The more identical parts you add, the more you save.
Our customer support team and application engineers are available to assist you with any questions you have about your order. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get back to you within 4 hours during business hours.
Standard orders are shipped with free 3-5 day shipping, anywhere in the USA. We also ship parts to anywhere in Canada for $19 flat-rate shipping on all standard orders.
Having your parts cut using our waterjet services requires that your files meet specific guidelines. Use our waterjet cutting guidelines to make sure your parts and drawings are optimized for waterjet cutting
We proudly use hardware by PEM
|Thread Size||4-40 x .250″|
|Hole size in sheet (+0.003/-.0.000)||.168″|
|Minimum sheet thickness||0.040″|
|Maximum sheet thickness||.125″|
|Minimum distance hole C/L to edge||0.230″|
|When determining the distance between two or more fasteners, you can calculate the distance by the formula, C/L to edge + 1/2 the diameter of the second mounting hole.||.345″|
|Recommended panel material||Steel/Aluminum|
|Aluminum material ranges (5052, 6061, 7075)||0.040″-0.125″|
|Steel material ranges (CRS, HRPO, HR)||0.048″-0.119″|