Jet Edge Waterjet Cuts Steel Logo for NatGeo's DIGGERS

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Waterjet systems manufacturer Jet Edge waterjet cut the metal "DIGGERS" logo for NatGeo's new DIGGERS show.

DIGGERS metal logo waterjet cut by Jet Edge

NatGeo's new show "DIGGERS" features a metal logo waterjet cut by Jet Edge.

Jet Edge waterjet cut the 1/4" steel DIGGERS logo with its 90,000 psi waterjet cutting machine, then distressed it to make it look old and rusty.

National Geographic TV’s new show “DIGGERS” features a metal “DIGGERS” logo cut by waterjet manufacturer Jet Edge, Inc. The waterjet-cut logo is featured prominently at the beginning of each episode.

DIGGERS, which piloted with two episodes on Feb. 28, features the zany treasure hunting adventures of Tim Saylor and George Wyant, extreme metal detecting experts and founders of AnacondaTreasure.com. During the opening of each episode, “Team ATC’s” "King George" and "Ringmaster Tim" dig up the DIGGERS logo cut by Jet Edge.

Jet Edge cut the ¼” steel DIGGERS logo with a 90KSI X-Stream-powered Jet Edge High Rail Gantry waterjet cutting system. To distress the part and encourage faster rusting, Jet Edge’s test lab crew ran a fan-tipped waterjet head over the finished part to rough up the surface, then raised the water level in the tank and let the part soak overnight under water on top of metal slats. The part was then sprinkled with sidewalk salt and left on the slats for a day to continue rusting. Within two days, Jet Edge had a part that looked like it had been in the ground for years waiting for DIGGERS to find it.

Both pilot episodes of DIGGERS are scheduled to run again on at 9 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. CST March 3 and 10 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. CST March 4.

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For more information about Jet Edge, visit http://www.jetedge.com, e-mail sales@jetedge.com or call 1-800-JET-EDGE (538-3343). Follow us on Twitter @jetedge.

About Jet Edge
Established in 1984, Jet Edge is a global designer and manufacturer of waterjet systems for precision cutting, surface preparation and coating removal. Jet Edge systems are used around the world in a broad range of industries, from the world's leading airlines to automotive, aerospace, industrial manufacturers, machine and job shops. Jet Edge waterjets are proudly made in the U.S.A.

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