In this episode of “The Cutting Edge,” Chris discusses the controller used to run the FlexJet. Learn more about the FlexJet Here. https://flexmachinetools.com/flexjet/
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FlexJet has the fastest traverse speeds and acceleration rate in the market moving at 1,800 IPM with an acceleration rate of 1G. The closest competitor comes in at 700 IPM with an acceleration of .1G. Fast traverse speeds and acceleration rates help increase productivity and reduce overall cycle times. A faster-moving machine = more parts per hour.
The Cutting Edge with Chris Ashworth – What Makes FlexJet Different?
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The Cutting Edge with Chris Ashworth – Cutting Faster with New Waterjet Technology
"The Cutting Edge with Chris Ashworth" is a new series that focuses on waterjet insights and showcases new waterjet innovations. Chris is a waterjet expert with over 25 years of experience with waterjets and motion control software, and he would like to share some of his knowledge and insight with you. In the first episode, Chris gives the science behind the knife nozzle and how this new technology allows for faster cutting speeds.
The Cutting Edge with Chris Ashworth – Controller and Hand Pendant
Chris shows the functionality of the hand pendant on the FlexJet and explains the benefits of having one on a waterjet cutting system. Flex Machine Tools is a leader in manufacturing exploration. We are working to build innovative and high-performing machine tool solutions with the lowest possible prices.
The Cutting Edge with Chris Ashworth – 5-Axis Head
Chris discusses his experience with waterjets and how that has led him to develop the 5-axis head technology seen on the FlexJet. He explains how the 5-axis head is used for taperless cutting and the additional capabilities only possible with the FlexJet cutting head.
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