This is what they look like, the typical bone-shaped pieces of metal that Harald Götsch produces by the water jet cutter.
Source: BAM, Photo: Michael Danner
For this purpose, the piece of metal to be cut is inserted into the water jet cutter...
... and then cut by a mixture of water and fine-grained sand, also known as abrasive agent, at about 3000 bar pressure.
The BAM production facility team, where Harald Götsch works, can cut almost any shape – technical drawings produced on the PC are the basis for this.
Harald Götsch has a creative and practical example on his desk: a BAM pencil holder specially cut by the water jet cutter.