The 'Wazer' Uses Water and Sand to Cut Through Steel

By: Joey Haar - Sep 14, 2016
References: wazer & techcrunch
Professional engineers and experienced hobbyists alike know that a water jet cutter is a powerful and efficient way to cut through tough materials, and the Wazer is bringing that capability to consumers.

Previous iterations of water jet cutters were machines that cost over $100,000 each and were too large for most home workshops. Those factors made it extremely impractical for all but professional engineering and design firms to own one. The Wazer has all the power of its mammoth predecessors, but it costs a fraction of the price and is small enough to fit on a consumer's desk.

With the Wazer water jet cutter, consumers have the freedom to more efficiently cut through any material that they work with. In demonstrations with the product, the Wazer team even cut through pennies to make impressively precise miniature portraits.