"Waters Edge has a great opportunity to connect with members of the architectural and design communities," said Jason Schaum, Business Development at Waters Edge. "We're pleased that our redesigned Web site offers insight into our firm's services in a user-friendly format. It's important that visitors to our new Web site are made aware of the fact that anything that can be drawn can be reproduced using hard surface materials with our waterjet-cutting technology. And, these images can last virtually forever. For example, a corporate logo focally positioned within a tile or stone floor can waterjet-cut from the exact same products, and not only will blend in beautifully with the surrounding field tile, but also will last just as long as the entire floor does."
The waterjet process itself consists of a computer-driven arm delivering a high-pressure/high-velocity stream of water capable of cutting through dense materials such as granite, glass, porcelain and other stone. All cutting is "saved to disk" -- meaning perfectly cut repeat work is always immediately available as long as the same types of original materials are available, reports Waters Edge.
Waterjet technology is quickly becoming a go-to resource, in particular for the creative specifier, according to Waters Edge. The new Web site presents an effective venue of accessing materials which explain the waterjet process, high-quality designs and examples of the creative procedure, and specific examples of work done with various methods and hard surface materials. To view the new Web site, visit: www.watersedge1.com.