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A Norfolk Naval Shipyard worker monitors a precision water cut on the shipyard's new water jet cutting machine. The shipyard uses the water jet cutting machine to fabricate new parts or replace worn parts during maintenance availabilities. The machine cuts a wide variety of materials using a high- pressure jet of water mixed with an abrasive substance. It was purchased and installed as part of NAVSEA's efforts to replace worn equipment and improve productivity.
170504-N-MA158-0040.JPG Photo By: Shayne Hensley, NNSY

Norfolk, Va. - A Norfolk Naval Shipyard worker monitors a precision water cut on the shipyard's new water jet cutting machine. The shipyard uses the water jet cutting machine to fabricate new parts or replace worn parts during maintenance availabilities. The machine cuts a wide variety of materials using a high- pressure jet of water mixed with an abrasive substance. It was purchased and installed as part of NAVSEA's efforts to replace worn equipment and improve productivity.


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