How do I minimize the kerf loss?

The primary factors on kerf loss are nozzle diameter and orifice selection. Using a larger nozzle than needed will increase kerf loss. Orifice alignment will also affect kerf loss. Improper orifice alignment will cause the stream to bounce inside the nozzle and will decrease nozzle life and lead to additional kerf loss. If common line cutting can be utilized in the software, it can reduce kerf loss. The TRIDENT cutting head will ensure proper orifice alignment and help to reduce kerf loss.