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Type: Diamond, Ruby, Sapphire

Origin: US

In the context of a water jet cutting machine, an orifice refers to a small opening or nozzle through which a high-pressure stream of water mixed with abrasive particles is ejected to cut various materials. Water jet cutting is a precise and versatile cutting method used in various industries, such as manufacturing, aerospace, automotive, and engineering.

The orifice plays a crucial role in the cutting process, as it determines the size and velocity of the water jet. It is typically made of a durable material that can withstand the high-pressure environment and the abrasive nature of the cutting process. Common materials for orifices include sapphire, diamond, and tungsten carbide.

The orifice size affects the cutting capabilities of the water jet. Smaller orifices create finer and more precise cuts but require higher pressure to maintain cutting efficiency. Larger orifices, on the other hand, can handle thicker materials and require lower pressure, but the cuts may be less precise.

To achieve different cutting results and accommodate various materials, water jet cutting machines may have interchangeable orifices with different sizes. This allows operators to select the appropriate orifice for the specific cutting task at hand.

It's important to maintain and monitor the condition of the orifice regularly, as wear and tear from the abrasive water jet stream can lead to changes in cutting performance. Replacing or cleaning the orifice when necessary ensures the water jet cutting machine operates at its optimal level and produces accurate cuts.


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