Case study: Water jet cutting efficiency

A family-owned business in Sydney’s Wetherill Park called Jetcut has purchased its third Techni Quantum ESP and calls it ‘fantastic’.

A family-owned business in Sydney’s Wetherill Park called Jetcut has purchased its third Techni Quantum ESP and calls it ‘fantastic’.

Marina Pavani, owner of Jetcut, says this machine builds on the positive experience she has had with the others she has purchased.

“This is our third TECHNI Waterjet machine,” she says.

“It speaks for itself, the fact that this is the third waterjet we’ve bought from TECHNI Waterjet.”

Regarding the Quantum ESP in particular, Pavani says the machine has been a boom in terms of increased productivity, among other things.

“Apart from [the environmentally friendly features], it’s a much smaller size, which enabled us to have a much larger cutting envelope,” she says.

“It’s got diagnostic software, which is fantastic. It’s quiet, and there’s not as much maintenance.

“Because it’s so efficient, we are able to cut faster without the need to upgrade our power supply from the utilities company, so we can be more competitive on quoting,” she says. “We can cut at a much faster rate, so obviously we can get through the work a lot quicker, and the result is excellent. We’re very happy with it.”