An abrasive waterjet is often used for stone kitchen and bathroom countertops, boarders around rooms, hotel lobbies, or other embellishments within a structure. This is meant to beautify architectureand leave an impression on those who view it. The handiwork done can be accomplished through waterjets to create designs such as vines, leaves, or flowers.
Although saws and other tools can be used to cut away at stone, waterjet provides optimal performance in a fast and easy way. There are no longer limitations for manufacturing in comparison tosubstitute processes. Elaborate designs – no matter how difficult – are a possibility using waterjet’s thin stream technology.