An overview of all maintenance & machine procedures you may need to follow in order to properly operate, maintain, or troubleshoot your WAZER.
The High-Pressure System is the heart of the WAZER. It includes the pump, all the high-pressure plumbing, the valve, and the cut head. Keeping this system running well is vital to the performance of the WAZER.
This section includes some preventative maintenance as well as fixes for common problems. There are also a few wear components in this system - replacements are available at the WAZER shop.
The Dry Abrasive System manages the garnet as it travels from the hopper all the way to the Cut Head where it is accelerated to do the cutting.
This system does not have many parts, but will need maintenance and contains a few wear components that will need to be replaced when they reach the end of their life. Please contact support for replacements.
The Used Abrasive Collection System is central to the proper function of your WAZER. Not only does it help you get used abrasive out of the machine, it allows the machine to maintain the water level. This is a complicated system that will likely be the area you interact with most.
Some amount of regular preventative maintenance can help avoid major headaches down the line. If performance is degraded, the following procedures should help you identify the problem.
WAZER’s Tank and Enclosure System contains the Cut Bed and has the difficult task of keeping all the water and abrasive contained and supported.
WAZER is made up of many electromechanical components all working together.
This system is designed such that it should not need maintenance, but if something unexpected does happen the fixes are straight forward. If you need replacement parts, feel free to contact support.
WAZER’s software, WAM, is a robust platform that takes you from design to cutting fast. Import SVG and DXF files from any major design application.
If you are looking for a general introduction to WAM, see the User Manual.
[NOTICE] When performing Service, Maintenance, or Repair, use ONLY identical parts provided by WAZER.
[WARNING] WAZER DOES NOT track the number of hours it has been running. To ensure a safe and reliable machine, you MUST track your WAZER's run time so that you may perform preventative maintenance as required in this User Manual. If you do not abide by the regular maintenance procedures and schedule, the warranty and support for your WAZER will be void.
Before servicing WAZER:
Purge the high-pressure system by properly ending/completing a cut or performing a Nozzle Purge.
Turn off or close the On/Off Valve or water supply to the machine.
Turn off WAZER and disconnect AC power from WAZER and the Pump Box.
Never remove the cover of the Pump Box while it is plugged in.