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Help with Abrasive Jet and Waterjet Cutting Heads specifications:

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   Cutting Head Type       
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   Abrasive Jet       Abrasive jet cutting heads differ from waterjet cutting heads by the addition of an opening in the side of the nozzle that allows the introduction of abrasive material to the water stream.  Abrasive jet cutting heads are used for hard materials, such as tool steel, titanium, aluminum, stone, copper, glass, plastic, graphite, composites, brass and others. 
   Waterjet       Waterjet cutting heads deliver a high-pressure stream of water. Waterjet cutting heads are best for soft materials when compared to abrasive jet cutting heads. Example materials include soft rubber, foam, carpet, paper and cardboard, gasket material, candy bars and other soft materials. 
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   Carrier Fluid and Abrasive Feed       
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   Dry / Air       The machine uses a stream or jet of air to carry, accelerate or direct the abrasive particles against the workpiece. 
   Wet / Water        The machine uses a stream or jet of water to cut, to carry or accelerate the abrasive particles against the workpiece. 
   Gravity Fed       The abrasive particles are fed into the nozzle or wheel by gravity for projection onto the workpiece. 
   Pressure Fed       Pressure pot or vessel contains a mixture of abrasive and carrier fluid (e.g., air, water, other). The pressurized air, liquid or gas in the vessel pushes the abrasive particles into the gun. 
   Suction / Venturi Fed       The abrasive particles are sucked into the gun, nozzle or lance through a Venturi generation process. Venturi generators use a fast-moving stream to create a vacuum that pulls materials into the steam. 
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