The 2007 CNC Waterjet Hydrajet Accura is Being Released to the Stone Machinery Industry at

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Abrasive jets have long been used primarily by highly trained experts. However, these CNC waterjets have had a lot of changes in the last few years. The Waterjet Hydrajet Accura utilizes new technologies making it easy for all fabricating shops to operate and profit.

This machine is being sold at $59,999 almost 150k less than the original price of $219000. A nice benefit of the Hydrajet Acura is being composed of a large amount of stainless steel parts to prevent any kind of rusting on the machine. This helps increase the life and efficiency of the CNC Waterjet. The CNC waterjet has a large table that is 10’ x 6.5’ in diameter. All customers and fabricators are welcomed to pass by and take a look the premier online outlet for stone machinery Joe Alva executive reports, “This CNC waterjet is perfect for shops look for a very precise machine. The waterjet always provides a quality finish with no jagged or rough edges after cutting.”

The CNC waterjet is currently in use in the Southeast United States and it is available for inspection. It is 3 axis with servo drives has a 50 HP motor at 60,000 PSI. One benefit that shop fabricators take from CNC waterjets like the Hydrajet Accura is no tool changing. There is one nozzle that comes with a HP control valve used for the cutting of all materials and shapes. The cutting nozzle is also equipped with abrasive input body and auto aligned focusing tube fittings. Having one nozzle saves companies costs and time from having to utilize multiple tools. Another benefit of the CNC is the controller that comes with a very user friendly touch screen. This machine has helped companies in the industry make more money by replacing and complementing conventional machining. It is primarily used for cutting marble and granite but also cuts materials ranging from glass, metals, composites, and ceramics making it desirable by companies outside of the natural stone industry.
“Hydrajet designed the Accura with specific attention to safety and the environment as well” Joe Alva executive states, “There are five easily accessible emergency stops and no toxic fumes or dust produced by use of the machine.” As mentioned above the controller is user friendly it is also very easy to set up and program. It can be further investigated on its ad here at for further details and ability to view a photo slideshow. Joe Alva is standing by and ready to help you with questions about this machine. You can find his email and phone information on’s home page.

Companies and fabricators are also welcomed to stop by for any other stone machinery needs. You will be able to search through many other categories including but not limited to CNC machine centers, cnc bridge saws, water filtration systems and edge polishing machines.

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