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Desktop Waterjet Cutter. Wazer Waterjet review

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  • The first desktop water jet is unbelievable. I review the Wazer and talk about its operation and function. Thank you for watching and I can't wait to show you what's next!
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  • Fireball Tool
    Fireball Tool  2 năm trước +247

    I think it’s cool that young inventors and engineers are making tools. We need more start up companies that want to make a difference. If you have a idea don’t let anyone stand in your way of making it happen. Jason

    • thymark
      thymark 9 tháng trước

      Thanks for making a rewiev in measurments only 3 countries use, after USA, i am sure people in Liberia and Myanmar will find this helpfull.

    • Chris
      Chris 9 tháng trước

      It's a shame they manufacture it in china.. can't support companies in bed with the CCP...

    • Bill
      Bill Năm trước

      Runs on the cloud only right?

    • Jonathan Cogilli
      Jonathan Cogilli Năm trước

      @rogal dorn ??????

    • rogal dorn
      rogal dorn Năm trước

      @Jonathan Cogilli ma sei fatto?

  • UnitedStatesofBuild
    UnitedStatesofBuild 2 năm trước +194

    I love it that these industrial type machines are trickling into the garage/hobby shop industry and are rather affordable too.

    • Blackguitarmaker 1
      Blackguitarmaker 1 Tháng trước

      @Machinist 72 this is likely a safety measure as 90k psi in a garage or home shop would be catastrophic and likely higher chance to be lethal. 😅

    • Derreck McKenzie
      Derreck McKenzie 4 tháng trước

      @Y Me Dood build one much cheaper and more rewaring and 500 would easily buy all the parts needed . just add 7500 worth of your labour , which will give you the new knowledge and skillset as a bonus.

    • Josh Skipka
      Josh Skipka 9 tháng trước

      $10,000 before tax isnt affordable but ok whatever you say

    • Michael Atkin
      Michael Atkin 11 tháng trước

      9k for a small water cutter is affordable? You can make your own for a fraction that's larger

    • ParadigmUnkn0wn
      ParadigmUnkn0wn 11 tháng trước

      @glenn martonic you would be better served with a CNC router for wood doors. You can do 3d engraving. And the best part is you can do that for less than $2k for a machine with a comparable work envelope to the wazer.

  • Max Archer
    Max Archer 2 năm trước +68

    This would've been really nice to have back when I was working at a motorsports fab shop. A waterjet was something we looked at pretty seriously but we just didn't have the space or, really, the budget for a full-size one, nor did we really need the capacity of one since we were mostly making miscellaneous small parts like mounting brackets for aero parts or engine accessories, roll cage gusset plates, and so on. This thing would've been ideal since it would've fit our budget and space.

    • E-Nonymouse
      E-Nonymouse 8 tháng trước

      Omax's portable is still too expensive, at 26k starting price.. :/ I'll keep my 1k plasma cutter thanks! :P

    • ctdieselnut
      ctdieselnut Năm trước +3

      There has to be thousands of shops in the world that could utilize one of these.

    • Fireball Tool
      Fireball Tool  2 năm trước +14

      Yep your exactly who this machine was made for.

  • Matty’s Workshop
    Matty’s Workshop 2 năm trước +26

    G’day Jason, great machine and the projects list can become reality much more easier, for the hobbyist the price tag maybe a little high but that’s only my opinion, I wonder if in the future this machine will have the option of a tilting head to be able to cut angles?, you did a great job reviewing the water jet, thank you, Cheers Matty

  • Collin Smith
    Collin Smith 2 năm trước +9

    Wow! This little machine is EPIC for a home hobbyist inventor like myself assuming it holds up well over time. The price tag is a little steep but this would be the perfect water jet machine for my two car garage workshop! Definitely need to put this on my Christmas list!!! Thanks for showing this machine. I had no idea anything like this even existed.

  • Wayne Myers
    Wayne Myers 2 năm trước +8

    Awesome little machine, I still am blown away that you can cut steel with water and abrasive. A tool like this would open up all kinds of projects that I couldn't do without it, but at $7,000.00 it's still out of my price range. Thanks! 🖖😎

  • Frank
    Frank 2 năm trước +3

    Awesome machine. It's still out of my budget but it is priced extremely reasonably for a waterjet cutter. Really cool!

  • Felix Cat
    Felix Cat 2 năm trước +3

    Thank you for this interesting and informative presentation on a machine that I'd not seen before.
    It certainly adds productivity to one's workshop and I can see how it can pay for itself.

  • KC’sCustom
    KC’sCustom 2 năm trước +2

    Wow that’s pretty cool! Something like this would make my day to day life a heck of a lot easier. Im always cutting stuff out of 1/8”, 1/4”, 3/8”, 1/2” steel aswell as 1/4”, 3/8”,1/2” aluminum and I do it all by hand with an angle grinder or plasma cutter because that is all I have and all I currently have room for. This machine though with its very small size is something I could easily make room for. And even tho my material would have to be cut down before hand this would still be perfect as most of the stuff I cut out is under 10x14 anyways. So, that’s my answer. I would use it to make my daily life/projects much easier.

  • Steven Pfister
    Steven Pfister 2 năm trước +7

    Hello! i am taking classes currently where we have access to a ton of tools including the Wazer, it was very interesting to see how easy it is to use the wazer! awesome review!!

  • paul gunn
    paul gunn 2 năm trước +1

    Almost in the budget range for my garage. I would use it to cut material when I am building projects for my kids. Thought the 3D printer was useful for me till I seen this. Thanks Jason!

  • - Sparks
    - Sparks 11 tháng trước +1

    Clearly the WAZER is a very cool machine and a clean build. I'm wondering if you've found it to be an essential tool over the past year (presuming it's still in your shop) and whether if faced with the choice between a Wazer and a CNC plasma cutter based on space considerations which tool would win? Thanks for your great video work, they're truly a pleasure to watch and learn from.

  • The Hermit
    The Hermit 11 tháng trước +1

    This looks GREAT for makers!
    But, I can't help wondering whether the garnet abrades away the insides of the water lines, pump, valves and nozzles over time. Are those parts available for replacement and how often do they need replacing?
    How much does the garnet cost and are their different types or grits?
    Thanks for the great review. 😎

  • Mike Laffosse
    Mike Laffosse 2 năm trước +2

    Man this would be the perfect compliment to my 3d printers! Price is still pretty steep for the hobbyists. Wonder about it’s durability. Look awesome though

  • Rai Hastie
    Rai Hastie 2 năm trước +13

    I think the price tag is going to be prohibitive for most home shops but very cool to see what can be done and great run-through. Thanks!

    • Rai Hastie
      Rai Hastie 2 năm trước +5

      @suspicionofdeceit depends how much a commercial waterjet costs, from comments during video, it's a lot cheaper than a commercial one, so I'm sure will fill a gap in the market but does feel like a Tony Stark level home shop price of kit.

    • suspicionofdeceit
      suspicionofdeceit 2 năm trước +2

      Don’t know how many they can sell at this price, seems limited.

  • Joe R
    Joe R 2 năm trước +2

    It looks like it could use a clamping system to hold the items being cut and an optional high capacity abrasive hopper. How does the wazer compare the similar laser cutters besides the power requirement?

  • Darius
    Darius 2 năm trước +6

    I'm new to your channel but man I love your shop. This reminds me of my high school shop class years and the water jet oh man the water jet. I heard about these machines before but I never operated one. After watching a few of your videos I was hooked. The first video I saw of yours was of you testing different bench vices, I thought that was legit. Anyway keep up the great work, you have a new subscriber.

  • ctdieselnut
    ctdieselnut Năm trước

    This thing looks awesome. Should be great for home gamers and businesses that cant justify the price or space needed to get a giant one.
    A good metal yard can sell you plate cut to size, perfect for this thing. If not, ripping a plate with oxy/acetylene is doable.
    I like how you can move it without equipment, too. Nice machine. I don't see a whole lot of bad about this thing besides eventually outgrowing it, and that's not its fault at all.

  • thewhiteknight02
    thewhiteknight02 11 tháng trước

    Wow. I operated a pretty big Omax water jet for years and this is totally a mini version.

  • Ragsdale Creek Workshop
    Ragsdale Creek Workshop 2 năm trước +2

    Hello Jason
    The projects are endless and I wouldn't know which one to start on first. And the cost is not that bad. Awesome machine and you did a awesome review. God bless and have an awesome weekend.

  • Anthony Young
    Anthony Young 2 năm trước +34

    It would be cool to see you make a small vise that matches your big vise out of those machine.

  • Jesse Mendes
    Jesse Mendes 2 năm trước

    Muito bom !

  • Tyler Bell
    Tyler Bell 2 năm trước +3

    You're videos are getting so good!! Awesome job Jason

  • Kyle blackniak
    Kyle blackniak 2 năm trước +1

    Awesome! I've been eyeballing one of these, but I don't know if it can cut the materials I'd be using. Can you do a test cut on .1875 titanium and stainless steel!?!? Thank you for the informative breakdown.

  • Charlie D
    Charlie D 2 năm trước +2

    Awesome machine and great review of it, thanks so much!

  • Total Machine Company
    Total Machine Company 2 năm trước +1

    I have actually been to the Flow plant when it was in Canada. I went to look at a quad cell motorman robot water jet cutting System for cutting interior floors for automotive. But at the time they was also building one for OCC.

  • Jeffry Blackmon
    Jeffry Blackmon 2 năm trước +7

    Your title failed to mention that it's a water jet AND an abrasive jet. I operated both types as a machinist. They're awesome machines. For $7k, this is a great addition to a shop to make one of a kind items quickly.

    • Cascadia Advanced Manufacturing
      Cascadia Advanced Manufacturing 2 năm trước

      Seems implied

    • Spirit
      Spirit 2 năm trước +1

      @Rai Hastie 99% do. You wouldn't have anywhere near as many problems, and thus, far lower cost, if they didn't, but the garnet is what does the cutting on most(excluding super soft stuff like rubber) materials.

    • Rai Hastie
      Rai Hastie 2 năm trước +3

      Interesting, I thought all water jets used an abrasive in the high pressure water.

  • Toby Gathergood
    Toby Gathergood 11 tháng trước

    Great innovation, pretty damn awesome! A bit small for even a small shop, but super for small parts manufacturing. As it is, it is a knife makers wet dream. If it would hold even a half sheet of material and have a high pressure threshold it would make it much more viable as a small shop unit. but then $$$...

    • Charles McKinley
      Charles McKinley 11 tháng trước

      If the company is successful they will probably offer a larger machine. I agree a 4’x4’ work area is about the smallest that would be practical.

  • David Fairbanks
    David Fairbanks 2 năm trước

    Awesome looking tool. As it so happens I'm finalizing parts to send out to a waterjet next week. Wish I could afford this toy... I mean tool.

  • Fred McIntyre
    Fred McIntyre 2 năm trước +2

    Really cool! 😃👍🏻👊🏻 .... I'd probably make some custom brackets for fixing some poorly designed mirror brackets on the trucks that I drive most frequently at work.

  • Harry Smith
    Harry Smith 9 tháng trước +1

    This doesn't look too difficult to open source, the XYZ axes are pretty standard and the pump looks like a pressure washer unit. Basically just the venturi garnet injection to work out

  • 5iveArrow
    5iveArrow 2 năm trước +15

    The cost in water and abrasive over time will be astronomical relative to how long this thing will take to cut a part. It appears to be a decently designed item, and it probably would have some amount of usefulness in a shop for prototyping, especially in terms of the variety of materials it can cut- but once you have your product designed, you would then want to outsource your production to a shop that can handle it with industrial equipment. If you are doing metal, wood, plastics, etc there are way better options that you could run your own production on. Kinda infomercially here tbh.

    • Chris
      Chris 9 tháng trước

      It's a "usa" company selling out to the CCP and making it in china..

    • Julian Reverse
      Julian Reverse 11 tháng trước

      @5iveArrow Install a water filter and costs go down rapidly.

    • 5iveArrow
      5iveArrow 2 năm trước +7

      @Fireball Tool I agree with you, and I think it's a cool thing and I'm glad you made the video. I think we also need to be realistic about equipment for the small shop owners who really need to maximize their tool productivity to stay afloat- of which I am one. It felt like you sort of breezed by the drawbacks present with this machine.

    • Fireball Tool
      Fireball Tool  2 năm trước +20

      I say all these points in the video. You probably should watch it again. Also this is a U.S.A. startup company. We want to encourage young people to invent more. I think it’s amazing. Nothing like this exists. Just because you don’t need a tool like this doesn’t mean others don’t as well. I’m not going to buy a dump truck when all I need is a wheel barrow.

  • Robert G
    Robert G 2 năm trước +32

    Awesome tool, but it suffers from the same issue as most great tools.
    It's just too darn expensive at $7500 for a lot of us. ☹😢

    • Bill H
      Bill H 2 năm trước +7

      Remember when 3D printers started in the 10s of thousands range? Now you can buy one (an admittedly cheap one) from Home Despot for under 200.00. The guys who created the Wazer? Yah- I'm cheering them on.

    • BLDJLN
      BLDJLN 2 năm trước +10

      7500 is a fabulous price. Water jets are not tools for home shops yet, but this machine is perfect for universities and small machine shops.

    • Guds777
      Guds777 2 năm trước +4

      vnclip.net/video/Lg__B6Ca3jc/video.html&feature=emb_title Just make your own, it's simple, a pressure washer and some other stuff...

  • Spencer Campbell
    Spencer Campbell 2 năm trước

    Easy to put together and well done manual...They must still be learning to become real engineers lol

  • Hey I'm a Maker
    Hey I'm a Maker 2 năm trước +2

    I honestly thought you were going to make a mini desktop waterjet... But this was still an awesome review 😆

  • Tom Wagemans
    Tom Wagemans 2 năm trước

    Nice review! This seems to be a very cool thing to have. And thanks for making a European shop! I'm going to order some squares. These where on my wishlist for a long time. Greetings from Belgium.

  • Kevin McAuley
    Kevin McAuley 2 năm trước +1

    Awesome idea about doing tile inlays! If I still sold tile work I would want my crews to have access to one of these!

    • Kevin McAuley
      Kevin McAuley Năm trước +1

      @corail53 how do you figure? You set up the program to run, swap out pieces when you need to. Create inventory and use on demand.

    • corail53
      corail53 Năm trước

      Seems like it would be way to slow for actual business purposes like that.

  • larry kent
    larry kent 11 tháng trước

    Thanks for the review. That is a cool machine for sure cut's almost anything it seems. Great video. Cheers!

  • Ciramella Designs
    Ciramella Designs 2 năm trước

    Nice video man! I’d make a rocket stove - instead of buying expensive cold rolled steel, I’d just buy 1/8” plate and cut all the parts. You did a great job going over this thing - I’ve had my eye on it forever and this would compliment my home cnc nicely!

  • Eric
    Eric 2 năm trước

    This thing is very cool.
    8,000 though may be cheaper than a larger version...is still a bit pricey. Not saying that I wouldn't want one...just can't afford it. Or justify it at this time. But would be fun.
    Thanks for sharing this Jason.

  • David Zeller
    David Zeller 2 năm trước +21

    Considering these were $3500-4500 at Kickstarter, the current price is downright painful.

    • mydemon
      mydemon Năm trước +1

      They probably made little to no money on the Kickstarter. They were also 100% unknown and unproven.

    • Daeduls' Workshop
      Daeduls' Workshop Năm trước +6

      Risk of being an early adopter has rewards.

  • Mark B
    Mark B 2 năm trước +2

    I like to design and build eccentrically styled bicycles. I think I would make some sprockets, maybe some brake disks, all sorts of different parts could be made much easier with this machine. Why stop there? Why not make custom brackets for car guys? Applications are virtually limitless.

  • Eduardo Rosales A
    Eduardo Rosales A 2 năm trước

    Indeed an awesome machine. Thank You for sharing your comments.

  • TKING2724
    TKING2724 2 năm trước +1

    Thanks for shilling this. It's like a real waterjet, but with training wheels. Like you said, good for new guys to mess with before turning them over to a quarter million dollar machine.

  • Conrad
    Conrad 2 năm trước +3

    You can get an electronic hopper for the granite. When the level gets low, itll dump more in. No baby sitting

  • Bryan Rocker
    Bryan Rocker 11 tháng trước

    While it is not a production grade machine, I can see many many uses for it, especially for places where the size varies.

  • _P-i-V_ *
    _P-i-V_ * 2 năm trước +22

    It needs silicone wipers on the edge of the lid so its water tight

  • Melzario Design
    Melzario Design Năm trước

    What kind tolerances would I be able to hold on this machine? At my last job we had 3 water jet machines that could hold +/- .005 of an inch.

  • Alex Von Bosse
    Alex Von Bosse 2 năm trước +1

    Thank you Jason for sharing your first impression of the Wazer Water Jet!

  • Brandon Prentice
    Brandon Prentice 2 năm trước

    I would buy it if they had a 12x24" option. I'm surprised Wazer hasnt offered a larger version yet..Easy money for them to up charge

  • Lynne Languedoc
    Lynne Languedoc 2 năm trước +8

    Great presentation so well explained makes me want to go out and buy one thank you . Tony from Canada 🇨🇦

  • Anthony Vandeheiden
    Anthony Vandeheiden Năm trước

    For an older guy, this is just what I need at just what I can spend, Thanks for the info !

  • Nezam Shalchi
    Nezam Shalchi 2 năm trước

    awesome machine, awesome review
    thanks Jason

  • Ms. Nightshade
    Ms. Nightshade 2 năm trước +2

    Jason, I’d just like to say that was an absolutely outstanding review of the Wazer! In-depth, very professional and the video had a very engaging feel to it!

  • constantinos schinas
    constantinos schinas 2 năm trước

    pretty expensive! they could sell it as 5 axis for a bit less, or half as is. would be very compelling for small studios.

  • David Ellenbaum
    David Ellenbaum 2 năm trước +2

    nice tool great for making small accurate 1 off tools and parts for testing fit function much nicer than 3d machine

  • Pancake_Crab
    Pancake_Crab Năm trước

    This is pretty cool. Unfortunately I'm short about $5000 at best. If this could be brought down in price, or the pump and jet assembly sold separately for DIY makers, that would be better.
    I could see myself paying $1000 for the pump and jet assembly (and basic sensors/controls that I can use with a ramps board) and making my own waterjet cutter.
    No offense to Wazer. I'd rather make my own machine in the time it'd take for me to save up for theirs.

  • Dan Burch
    Dan Burch 2 năm trước

    Backlit signs. Ornate decorations or artwork. Custom logos. Even though the capacity is small, one could easily join individual pieces to make it larger. Since it can cut leather, one could make anything of leather that was made with cotton (except underwear!). Scabbards and holsters, hats, vests, etc. One might be able to cut parts to make a larger waterjet cutter.

  • 65BAJA
    65BAJA 2 năm trước

    I think I just sold one of these. I sent the link to the engineering department at the place I work. He seemed very interested. He was concerned about the operating cost.

  • geospectrum
    geospectrum 2 năm trước

    I had some parts cut locally in an industrial machine £300 just for one part! I have a CNC and a 3D printer so this is obviously next in the list! Watching....

  • PropheZ23
    PropheZ23 2 năm trước

    A 5 axis nozzle would be really awesome. But it's still a real cool machine.

  • Tom Liemohn
    Tom Liemohn 2 năm trước +2

    You should check out the Protomax by Omax. It's more expensive, but a VERY high quality, compact machine. The cutting pressure is 6 times higher than the wazer.

  • Anchor Designs
    Anchor Designs 2 năm trước

    I used to use a Bystronic! This is super cool :)

  • SmokyFrosty
    SmokyFrosty 2 năm trước

    Not sure if you know much about lasers but I've been considering this machine for a while but also considering a CO2 laser of a similar size/cost, the differance in funtionality of engraving on a laser/possible materials on the Wazer make it a difficult choice. Any opinions?

  • Rex Oliver
    Rex Oliver Năm trước

    This tool would be ideal for cutting Garrolite-A very hard insulating material for HV parts.Garrolite dulls bandsaw and other saws quickly.The large waterjet would be good for larger projects in that stuff.We use Garrolite for some of our transmitter HV insulator parts.

  • Brandon Prentice
    Brandon Prentice 2 năm trước

    Have you tried cutting AR500 steel yet? what is the maximum thickness you can cut with this machine?

  • NomadUniverse
    NomadUniverse 2 năm trước +78

    Good professional review, but I hope someone gives AvE one. I'd love to see how well the doobly doo fits in the diddly squang and how well it chooches.

  • Joe's Auto Electric
    Joe's Auto Electric 2 năm trước

    That is an awesome tool. Great video.

  • FJB
    FJB 2 năm trước

    I would make a portable radial miter chop stand for my Milwaukee Metal band saw
    And some RC boat parts. That water jet is badass. 👍🏼👍🏼

  • naguoning
    naguoning Năm trước

    1) seems it uses a lot of abrasive. 2) I would be interested in something even if a bit more expensive if it could have a working bed of 2 foot/610mm on the longer side. I just can't use this size. But I have not found anything that matches. Does anyone have any ideas? I need to be able to cut metal so a lot of cheap laser cutters etc won't work for me.

  • Michael-Michael Motorcycle
    Michael-Michael Motorcycle 2 năm trước +1

    I’m glad you posted this on Saturday. Because I paid the IRS on Friday 😎
    I never knew this existed. Definitely a great tool to have in the arsenal.

  • Mike Moore
    Mike Moore 2 năm trước

    Do they make their own consumables, especially the nozzle? This is an impressive little cutter.

    • beartastic
      beartastic 2 năm trước

      yeah they had all the consumables on their sites. think the nozzle was estimated for a 300hr lifetime and cost $299

  • Ryan Rimmer
    Ryan Rimmer 11 tháng trước

    I am curious if this will cut 1/4"-3/8" titanium, damasteel, or even zirconium? Have you tried any of these materials in these thicknesses?

  • Joe T.
    Joe T. 11 tháng trước

    Thanks for the review, does the bed ever need replaced due to the watermen cutting into it?

  • Kyle O
    Kyle O 8 tháng trước +2

    The price jumped up since this video was created. It now starts at $10k. Would be a little easier to justify $7k

  • World of Rock Hounds
    World of Rock Hounds 5 tháng trước

    I'm in the rabbit hole looking up this product. Price has gone up a bit since this video but it could be beneficial to use in a lapidary shop for possibly cutting shapes out of stone slabs and utilizing as much of the slab as possible with minimal waste.

  • Tobias Kornmayer
    Tobias Kornmayer 2 năm trước

    Wow xD I would make gears and a casing for a cyldoidal gear or pump. If material, kerf and thickness are kept the same, it should be possible to maybe get away without post processing if dialed in.

  • Biship c
    Biship c 2 năm trước +2

    I wish I had money to buy this. I would love to make my lamp parts with this.

  • PaganWizard
    PaganWizard Năm trước

    Their prices have gone up considerably since you posted this video. For just the Wazer itself, the price is $7999, add the stand, $8999, add the stand and a 2200 lb pallet of garnet $9999. I agree this would be great for a DIY'er, but they better have a good amount of cash before they jump the gun on this. The only way to get garnet from them is a 2200 lb pallet??? Who has room for that in their garage or basement workshop??? I think I might want to source that elsewhere. It is a very nice entry level machine, but not priced for someone on a limited, or even mid-range budget.

  • Владимир Дубов ПС лайф

    Круто! отличный агрегат за свои деньги!

  • beartastic
    beartastic 2 năm trước

    I really wanted to back this campaign back in 2016, so pleased to see they pulled through and are launching a world wide model in march. Now where did I leave that stack of money..?

  • Neil m
    Neil m 11 tháng trước

    I came across my first Wazer last week OMG I thought the thing had frozen up it was painfully slow to cut.

  • Paul Straney
    Paul Straney 2 năm trước +8

    74 decibels is roughly equivalent to a running vacuum cleaner, not shop vac.

  • jimmydiresta
    jimmydiresta 2 năm trước +30

    Great review!

  • Trey Camp
    Trey Camp 2 năm trước

    The Wazer is great I just wish they made a 1 x 2 meter version. something with a little larger cutting format

  • Jochen Römling
    Jochen Römling 2 năm trước +87

    Like the Apple Pro Display XDR, the stand is $1000 extra! 😅

    • Alex V.D.H.
      Alex V.D.H. 2 năm trước +11

      But this stand is a lot more substantial than the apple one though

    BLDJLN 2 năm trước

    A must have for universities and small machine shops.

  • George Owen
    George Owen 2 năm trước +42

    When they don’t include the price on their website you know it’s way too expensive.

    • George Hampton
      George Hampton 4 tháng trước

      @Daeduls' Workshop 10,000 now. :(

    • mydemon
      mydemon Năm trước +1

      The price is right there on the screen...

    • Trevor Dennis
      Trevor Dennis Năm trước +2

      $7500 for the machine without a base.

    • Daeduls' Workshop
      Daeduls' Workshop Năm trước +4

      $7500. Shows at 1:34. Believe that is their site. Believe it is $8k now though.

    • geospectrum
      geospectrum 2 năm trước +5

      If you have to ask you can’t afford it.

  • Jarik C-Bol
    Jarik C-Bol 2 năm trước

    It's cool, but I feel like owning one would piss me off within a week, because I'd want to be doing bigger projects real soon.

  • The Quixotry Workshop
    The Quixotry Workshop Năm trước

    It is the ultimate small workshop tool. I would use it to make custom parts for machines I create. Like the printing press on my channel. I want one☝🏼

  • Paultical
    Paultical 2 năm trước +7

    If you dry the waste wet garnet material mix, then screen it and drop it from a funnel through an airflow from a fan blowing horizontally you can separate the garnet from the other contaminants based on their specific gravity. Hence making the garnet reusable.

    • Chris Cardinal
      Chris Cardinal 7 tháng trước +1

      Actually, the garnet abrasive is fractured during the cutting process, so it is not recommended that you reuse it. You'll end up with inconsistent cuts and machine clogs.

  • Tinkermouse - Scott Russell
    Tinkermouse - Scott Russell 2 năm trước +1

    Nice unit, Jason something I can only dream off. sure would like to see it put through its paces cutting some Dalle de verre (slab glass).
    Play Safe From Elliot Lake Ontario Canada.

  • Bulldozer
    Bulldozer 2 năm trước +4

    Wow, That was a great video Jason! Thanks!

  • Peter A Lawrence
    Peter A Lawrence 11 tháng trước

    I definitely want one, but simple question, will it cut 718 Inconel sheet, I'm assuming that if it cuts hardened steel it will also cut Inconel, but have to ask. Also, maybe if the enclosure had doors in the sides you could insert rod and bar material and use it like a horizontal band saw for really tough bar stock.

  • Barry Linkiewich
    Barry Linkiewich Năm trước

    I run lasers at work and I'd LOVE to get my hands on one of these toys, there are so many things that aren't ideal or possible to cut with laser. Plastic especially, the fumes will get ya every time but on here there'd be no fumes.

    • Barry Linkiewich
      Barry Linkiewich Năm trước

      @MakerJake I operate a Mazak 6 axis laser cutter at a metal working shop.
      Some trade schools offer training but in my experience more shops will hire someone and train in-house.
      The best suggestion I can give is to search out local fabrication and machine shops, go in with your resume and present yourself. I think a lot of the people running these shops are old fashioned and want to talk to you before they even look at your resume.

    • MakerJake
      MakerJake Năm trước

      What kind of job do you have? I want a maker-skill job and dont know who to ask - a canadian mechanical eng technology student

  • 42icee
    42icee 2 năm trước +4

    Love that machine...wow is right. Thanks for the review

  • Bull Dozer
    Bull Dozer 2 năm trước +2

    I have a 3D frame I'd like to model in metal for a stained glass project I'd love to try on it. It's in drawings, so I'd have to transfer it to CAD first... Tedious for an old guy like me

    • Barrera MX
      Barrera MX 2 năm trước

      That sounds easy, I’d be happy to help you out!

  • Пряник
    Пряник 2 năm trước +1

    Классный станок😀

  • Ouroboros Armory
    Ouroboros Armory 2 năm trước

    God I want one of these.. it would be perfect in my shop

  • Swole Pengu
    Swole Pengu 2 năm trước

    How much material deflection were you seeing on this is it comparable to a commercial water jet?