FAQ/HELP

No, we cannot. When any of the machines are cutting through thicker material, they run slower and encounter tapering throughout the cut. That slower run time usually negates the savings you would get by cutting 3 sheets at a time while the sheets in the middle and bottom have a much lower cut quality than the top sheet. In addition, on the waterjet all of the material needs to be clamped down very securely. Otherwise the force of the jet can cause parts to float and skitter across the cutting area. Keeping multiple sheets held down tight enough to keep this kind of error from happening is extremely difficult and usually leads to a mess.

Setting up to cut one sheet and then swapping out for a fresh sheet 3 more times results in better parts and gets you the best cost savings we can offer you.