WAZER Systems Dissection
WAZER can be broken into seven systems based on the primary functions they serve:
[ALERT] High-Pressure – This system pressurizes water for cutting, mixes the water and abrasive, and ejects the mixture toward the material. Stay clear of all high-pressure components during operation. They are clearly identified on the illustrations shown below. All operators are required to be familiar with these components and their location.
Abrasive System – This system stores the abrasive and controls its flow to the high velocity jet.
Enclosure – This contains the water, used abrasive, and material you are cutting within WAZER.
Filtration – This system separates tank water and used abrasive, collects the used abrasive from the tank and drains water out of WAZER.
Gantry – This system controls the motion of the Nozzle.
Control Box – This includes the electrical components that control and distribute signals throughout WAZER.
Cut Bed – This is where you fasten your material.