You want your waterjet craftsmanship to make a splash when it’s done, not when you’re working on it.
Whether it’s a tiny part falling through the slats into the water tank, or water splashing back against the underside of your work, standard waterjet cutting tables are not ideal for every job.
If you’re cutting materials that are small, soft, brittle or otherwise susceptible to slippage or damage, you really should consider investing in a waterjet brick — a versatile accessory that fits easily over your table’s slats to provide greater stability, keep small parts in place, and protect your work from backsplash damage.
We’re partial to HYDROBLOC Superbricks.
Let me tell you why.
- provide a level surface onto which parts can be fastened to minimize the risk they’ll fall into the tank
- offer greater support than standard metal slats, which is particularly important when cutting small parts or thin, brittle materials like glass
- feature a unique honeycomb design that drains water away from the cutting area and captures cutting debris, minimizing splash-back damage to the underside of your work.