WAZER Announces the Launch of WAZER Pro, Its Most Powerful and Productive Water Jet Cutter

Story by TriMech Marketing on June 4, 2024

Yonkers, NY, June 4, 2024 – WAZER today announced the launch of WAZER Pro, its most powerful and productive water jet, enabling any shop to cut parts in-house in any material.

WAZER, the company which revolutionized the manufacturing industry in 2016 with the world’s first-ever desktop water jet (WAZER Desktop), expands its product portfolio with WAZER Pro, a high-performance water jet that brings high cutting power and productivity in a small footprint that is accessible for any shop. WAZER water jets represent a reimagining of the band saw, bringing automation and digital precision as the workshop’s general-purpose cutting tool.

WAZER Pro enables all manufacturers to automate what is otherwise a very inefficient method of making custom parts” said Nisan Lerea, co-founder and CEO of WAZER.

“WAZER Pro brings a huge increase in productivity for manufacturers that currently spend millions of hours each year manually cutting parts with saws or waiting weeks for outsourced parts to arrive. It’s time for every shop to have a universal digital cutting tool that’s affordable and can be operated by anyone.”

WAZER Pro Water Jet Cutter Highlights

  • Fast cutting: Make parts in minutes or hours. Cuts material two to four times faster than WAZER Desktop
  • Thick material cutting: Cuts aluminum, glass, plastic and tile up to 1-inch thick, and steel up to ⅜ inch thick.
  • Keeps cutting with the least maintenance of any water jet.
  • Operated by anyone in any shop, using standard water and electricity.

Learn more about the WAZER Pro »

About WAZER

WAZER is the only company that makes small-format water jet cutters for any shop, enabling engineers, manufacturers and artisans to cut precision parts in-house in any material. Headquartered in Yonkers, NY with its own production facility in Shenzhen, China, WAZER is a vertically integrated company that designs, manufactures, assembles and sells its proprietary water jet machines around the world.

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