As a waterjet user, there is a very concerned issue, that is, what is the cutting speed of the waterjet. In fact, this question is difficult to answer. This includes many factors, so it is impossible to measure accurately. But in fact, the cutting speed of the waterjet can still be calculated in a certain way. How can it be done?
First of all, it is obvious that all factors that may affect the speed of the waterjet cutting, including the material, thickness, angle, the diameter of the sand tube, etc., because the general speed changes due to these differences. Generally, the large-diameter sand tube has a relatively strong cutting ability under the normal pressure, so the cutting speed is also the fastest.
When calculating the speed of water jet cutting, it is also necessary to judge the model by virtue of the experience accumulated in actual use, and the results thus obtained will be relatively accurate. After clarifying the speed of waterjet cutting, the work efficiency actually implemented will also be greatly improved.
The application of waterjets in the industry is very extensive, especially the various cutting operations in the field of glass and ceramics stone. For these different cutting objects, the waterjet also has its own unique operation programs to come together to familiarize.
In today's society, at the same time as the development of the glass and ceramic stone industry, people have also put forward more demands for oxidation of such products, so they can only be achieved through superb cutting processes. For flat materials, the waterjet can complete the processing of various geometric shapes under the control of the program. However, the ordinary cutting method can only achieve linear cutting.
In addition, heat is generated during the cutting process, so there is no fear of arc marks. Cutting with water jets is only safer and more environmentally friendly. In addition to some graphics, waterjets can also perform operations such as modeling and drilling. This also eliminates the need for molds, making them easier, simpler, and more flexible. It is this advantage that makes glass products, ceramic products, and stone pieces of paper better represented