Spiral Aluminum Parts

Be careful not to look too hard at the picture or you might get dizzy. The parts seen here are very complex designs.

After studying the customer’s prints, we used waterjet cutting to process the .470” thick aluminum blocks. The interesting fact about this part is that it was solely done with waterjet cutting and nothing else.

The intricate design required the waterjet nozzle to loop and curve around the center in an elaborate pattern. While the use of the part is unknown, the complexity of it’s manufacturing has now been solved. Just another service we offer here at Fedtech.

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