Waterjet cutting is not only one of the easiest, most cost-effective options for machining today, it is also one of the most versatile. There are two forms of this process available to consumers – abrasive and pure. Abrasive waterjet cutting
is the most popular and widely known. They both offer quick cutting speeds, precise cuts, no heat-affected zones, and minimal finishing adjustments. Despite having many similarities, the differences in these forms are critical when deciding which of the two is right for your projects.