Fab Metal Shop Waterjet Cutting Services

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Jet Edge, Inc., announced that Fab Metal Shop of Long Beach, Cal., is offering waterjet cutting services on a state-of-the-art Jet Edge High Rail Gantry waterjet cutting system.

Fab Metal Shop can cut virtually any material with its Jet Edge waterjet machine, including metals, stone, resin, woods and plastics. The company’s Jet Edge High Rail Gantry waterjet system features a 6’X12’ work envelope. Fab Metal Shop equipped its waterjet system with a Jet Edge Permalign II abrasivejet cutting head. It powers the system with a 50HP, 60,000 psi Jet Edge iP60-50 waterjet intensifier pump.

Fab Metal Shop specializes in the fabrication of steel, stainless steel, aluminum, marble, granite, plastic and many other materials.  In addition to waterjet cutting, the company offers CNC milling, sawing, sheering, metal forming, welding and powder-coat painting.

“At Fab Metal Shop, we do a lot of custom work for people and our turnaround time is excellent,” said Susiy Richmond, Fab Metal Shop.  “Our customers are able to call us at any time, and if the shop needs to stay open after hours to get the job done, then the shop stays open. We center our business around our customers to make it as convenient as possible because we understand sometimes things come up at the last minute.”

Fab Metal Shop owner Ron Richmond said he selected a Jet Edge waterjet for his shop because Jet Edge waterjets are made in the U.S.A. and Jet Edge offers an environmentally-friendly closed-loop water recycling system that reduces water consumption and eliminates the need to dump water down the drain. This reduces sewage costs and eliminates environmental water-quality concerns.

(www.fabmetalshop.com)

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