At New Jersey Waterjet, we leverage decades of waterjet cutting experience and use OMAX waterjet machines to deliver the most precise, cost-effective machining to various industries in the tri-state area.
From waterjet cutting and fabrication to plating, polishing, welding, and CAD design creation, our experts will provide you with precise outputs and a host of value-added services to meet your stone cutting, tile cutting, and metal cutting needs while reducing your costs.
Our abrasive CNC waterjet machines deliver superior precision cuts through virtually any material using a highly pressurized stream of water. Unlike traditional cutting processes, little heat is generated with waterjet cutting, so even reflective or heat-sensitive materials can be waterjet cut without causing damage. We welcome milling and fabrication projects involving a variety of materials, including marble, granite, stone, composite plastic, and ferrous and non-ferrous metal, such as steel, stainless steel, aluminum, titanium, and brass.
After waterjet cutting and fabricating your annealed metal machine parts, knives, custom sign lettering, and more, we heat-treat your project to harden the soft metal, making it durable and easier to polish.
If you want your finished project to have an aesthetically pleasing, finished look, you can depend on us to provide you with top-quality metal polishing services. From satin-finish knives to mirror-finish custom signage and more, we've achieved beautiful metal surface treatment results for companies like Bark River Knife & Tool, Coach, Tory Burch, and Ralph Lauren.
When your project requires metal plating to improve corrosion resistance or durability, increase magnetism, or enhance the decorative appeal, our experts can streamline your workflow by adding plating services to your milling and fabrication project. Plating is a process by which a thin layer of metal substrates, such as rhodium, tin, silver, gold, copper, nickel, chrome, cadmium, or zinc, is added as an outer coating to your fabricated component. The New Jersey Waterjet team will help you determine whether metal plating would add value to your project.
New Jersey Waterjet is dedicated to helping you achieve your project goals efficiently. If you need materials fused, we can provide post-waterjet welding services. We've provided welding services for automobile and airplane parts, construction materials, and pharmaceutical and food production machinery for companies that include Canfield Scientific, Aero Farms, and Meto Systems.
If your waterjet cutting output requires assembly to create a finished product, depend on New Jersey Waterjet to help save you time and money. For example, we've waterjet cut knife blanks and then provided knife assembly services to attach handles, delivering fully assembled knives to our clients.
Need machine replacement parts, but you don't have CAD designs? The New Jersey Waterjet experts can use the existing parts to reverse engineer CAD drawings for any object and use these drawings to produce customized, high-quality output.
We can help make your vision a reality by creating CAD drawings of your unique design from blueprints or a hand-drawn sketch, and then use our top-quality waterjet machines to produce the output you require.
We've used waterjet cutting to fabricate knife blanks for cutlery and sporting knife manufacturers, machine parts for the pharmaceutical industry, fluid pump components for the food industry, automotive and airplane parts, and other custom components. We've also created terrazzo tiles, custom retail signs and fixtures, and ornamental elements for restoration, art, and construction projects. From New Jersey to Brooklyn to New York City, Staten Island, Queens, and the Bronx, our team has done milling & fabrication for companies like American Aluminum Company, Ajay Metals, Tope Knives, Vehement Knives, Compliance Edge Knives, PSE&G, Barat Foundation, and Toll Brothers. Since 2011, New Jersey Waterjet has been providing top-quality waterjet cutting services to companies in a variety of industries, including:
Whether you're manufacturing machinery, building custom automobiles or airplanes, restoring homes or commercial buildings, creating retail displays or furnishings, or installing custom terrazzo tile, our professional machinists cut your designs from an array of materials using our state-of-the-art OMAX waterjet machine. These materials include:
When you contact New Jersey Waterjet, one of our professional waterjet machinists will provide you with a free consultation to assess your project's needs. This process will include a discussion of the type of materials you need cut and whether you will supply the material or would like us to source it for you. Before starting your project, we'll provide you with an accurate price estimate that reflects our waterjet process's efficiencies.
If you have CAD files, we'll import them to our system and use them to create your output. If no CAD files exist, we can create them from blueprints or a hand-drawn sketch, or we can reverse engineer your design from an existing component. We'll attribute the material type and quality-of-finish characteristics to the CAD design.
Once production begins, we'll make efficient use of your material, expertly laying it out and nesting it to use as little material as possible. We start every job with a thorough inspection of the first piece we cut and make any needed adjustments. We conduct subsequent inspections throughout the process and at the end of production to ensure precision output. Following waterjet cutting, we manage any value-added services you selected, including heat-treating, polishing, plating, welding, and assembly. Your project can be delivered to you through UPS or picked up at New Jersey Waterjet in centrally located Union, New Jersey.
Businesses throughout New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut enjoy the convenience and savings with New Jersey Waterjet's high-performance, high-quality waterjet cutting service.
When you need fast, dependable turnaround for reasonably priced waterjet cutting services, trust New Jersey Waterjet, the waterjet company depended on by businesses across all industries.