Wren Technologies

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Types of Materials
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Materials - up to 8" thick and up to 12' and longer (some exceptions)

Metals: Aluminum, Brass, Copper, Stainless Steel, Steel, Titanium & Tungsten (and more)

Composites: Carbon Fiber & PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene)

Plastics/Rubber: Plastics, Rubber & Acrylic

Glass: Non Tempered Glass

Other: Leather, Wood, Stone, Textiles and mixed material

There are No Heat-Affected Zones (HAZ) and no burrs or rough edges (which eliminates the need for secondary finishing).

Metals

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Metal Cutting

Waterjet cutting is an ideal method of cutting metal products without damaging the material. Metals such as stainless steel, hardened steel, aluminium, copper and titanium can be cut.

Composites

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Composite Cutting

Cutting with a water jet offers a number of benefits for composite machining. Cutting with water jets do not produce heat-affected zones (HAZ). The speed of the technology makes it well suited to high production requirements.

Plastics/Rubber

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Plastic, Rubber and Acrylic Cutting with Waterjet

Waterjet cutting is the ideal technique to cut plastics without melting the edges of the cut.

Glass

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Cutting Glass Systems

Abrasive waterjet cutting technology is a great method for cutting glass because it allows for contours and shapes that cannot be achieved with other cutting machines at a reasonable cost. *(Not suitable for the processing of tempered or hot glass).