How it all began: my husband Jon recognized the demand for waterjet services in the Lake Norman area along with skilled fabrication we were accustomed to in the process piping world from our previous business. Operation began in January 2018 and we continue to build upon our services year after year. Our goal is to fill a need here in Denver and the surrounding communities for waterjet cutting services, welding, and fabrication services.
How it's going: we raised the bar when we partnered with Lyle Lashmit, our General Manager. He has fifteen years experience in the composite manufacturing world as a lead engineer. The skills he brings from manufacturing broadened our offered services such as 3D modeling.
What we do: we provide aid to your manufacturing business with low rate initial production offerings as well as turnkey solutions. We offer precision cutting service for most media up to 5’ X 10’ and up to 6” thick. We operate a complete fabrication shop with certified welders and also enjoy custom projects including specialty welding jobs. We look forward to meeting you and assisting with your project!
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The machine making the cut here at Denver Waterjet is the Maxiem 1530 Water Jet Machine. Denver Waterjet LLC offers precision cutting services for Wood, Metal, Plastic, Ceramic and Composite materials at our shop located in Denver, North Carolina. The jet cuts Custom welding and full fabrication services available on site in our Denver shop. Fast turn around on most shop services.
MAXIEM 1530 Waterjet
Fastest cutting speeds and best precision compared to any competitive abrasive waterjet in the industry
Drive system sealed against water, dirt, and grit
Machines a wide range of materials and thicknesses, from metals and Plastics to wood and stone
Leaves behind a satin-smooth edge, reducing secondary operations
Does not create heat-affected zones or mechanical stresses
No noxious gases, liquid or oils used in, or caused by, the machining process
Environmentally "green" system with quiet and clean operation with low electrical consumption
Designed and manufactured at the OMAX factory in Kent, Washington, USA