Waterjet cuts through the iPod

by Dhiram Shah

Similar to Will it blend videos, the guys from Can Water Cut It use a Flow Waterjet to cut through a laptop, golf club and a blender in half. Now is the turn of the iPod to be cut in half by H2O.
“What makes waterjets so popular? Waterjets require few secondary operations, produce net-shaped parts with no heat-affected zone, heat distortion, or mechanical stresses caused by other cutting methods, can cut with a narrow kerf, and can provide better usage of raw material since parts can be tightly nested.”

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