Industry, Military, Artists, Inventors, and You.
Yes, waterjet machines are used for cutting big and heavy parts, like those used in army tanks and huge farm tractors. But, they are also capable of cutting small and delicate pieces made of plastic or glass. There isn’t much that the water jet can’t cut.
The list of how water jet cutting can help you get what you need is endless.
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When you team with FluidCut, our decades of experience and expertise becomes yours. Whether you are new to waterjet cutting and need some guidance or you are a seasoned professional with waterjet cutting, FluidCut will make a great partner in the success of your projects.
FluidCut is a second-generation family owned and operated waterjet cutting service. Since 1973, FluidCut has been helping people and companies with their cutting and machining needs. We didn’t start as a waterjet cutting service. We saw the amazing possibilities of cutting with abrasive waterjet for our own needs so we started to offer the service to our customers.
“I had Tom cut some carbon fiber sheets for me for a car project. Reasonably priced, nice guy, and easy to work with. I’d work with Tom again if I have any future waterjet cutting needs.”
“Trying to find a reliable and cost-effective source for our water jetting needs was difficult. Poor communication continually resulted in missed deadlines for our company. The discovery of FluidCut and Tom Monroe has changed that dramatically. Tom is an effective communicator, easy to work with, and is constantly offering suggestions that save time and money. Would not go anywhere else for our water jetting needs!”
Bradley Thompson Tool
“We use Fluid Cut knowing they are prompt, and will always deliver us quality work. We highly recommend their services to all of our clients without any hesitation.”