Woodrow can handle all your cutting requirements, regardless of type of material and need for precision. Contact us to find out how we can help your project succeed.
Woodrow cuts high tolerance and intricate parts for: aerospace, automotive, medical, power generation, mining, rail, machinery builders, tooling components, fixtures, prototype parts, tool and die, mold parts and more!
Our waterjet technology, engineering staff, and convenient location offer you many benefits to achieving high quality and affordable finished parts—fast!
Die-cutting started as a process of cutting leather for the shoe industry in the mid-19th century. It is now sophisticated enough to cut through just one layer of a laminate, so it is now used on labels, decals and flexible insulators; this type of die-cutting is known as kiss cutting.
A digital cutter is a computer-controlled cutting device. A vector based design is created in a software program (usually Adobe Illustrator or Corel Draw) and then sent to the cutter where it cuts along the vector paths laid out in the design. The cutter is capable of moving the blade on an X and Y axis over the material, cutting it into any shape imaginable. This process can be combined with digital printing and can accommodate parts up to 54” in width and 50’ long.
Comprehensive product engineering, precise production methods and the technical expertise of our team members assure that our customers’ quality expectations are met.