Brooklyn, New York – Wazer’s Global 220V/50Hz desktop waterjet machine meets global electrical standards. Unlike most consumer electronics, which are powered by direct current (DC) electrical circuits that can easily work with 110V/60Hz or 220V/50Hz AC standards across the world, Wazer runs off of an alternative current (AC) motor that can only work with one standard (either 110V or 220V). The 110V Wazer Pump Box has also been also been redesigned to work with the 220V standard.
Wazer is a desktop waterjet that cuts any hard or soft material with digital precision. Wazer takes standard drawing files like .svg or .dxf and cuts out the digital profile in any material. The high-velocity jet uses a combination of high-pressure water and sand-like abrasive particles to cut through the workpiece.
- Wazer cuts virtually all materials including steel, titanium, aluminum, glass, stone, tile, and carbon fiber
- Wazer achieves detail and accuracy impossible by hand while freeing users to complete other tasks
- Wazer is compact, contained, and fully enclosed for safe, clean, and quiet operation
Wazer is now accepting reservations for the Wazer Global Desktop Waterjet with expected delivery in November 2019.