Architecture and art

Architecture and art

The only limitation for using WATERJET type machines in architecture is human imagination as it is the human that is responsible for the final appearance and shape of cut surfaces.

In general, waterjet cutting machines are not limited by materials, their specification and thickness of which architects and artists creating structures, sculptures or unique everyday objects are aware. By using the waterjet cutting technology, objects of all shapes and dimensions are created – from small, porcelain decorative elements to huge architectonic steel structures. In addition, by using a two- and three-dimensional machining technology, the WATERJET type machines are used in manufacturing flat and convex sign letters, neons or signboards, meaning products for the widely defined marketing industry. Waterjets enable architecture and art to take advantage of the possibilities which are not offered by any other CNC processing technologies.