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As a staple for the Chicago manufacturing market, we have developed a track record

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When you are looking for a manufacturing partner for your business, it’s important that they are a trusted and established business within their own community.

We offer our services nationwide but have established strong local relationships with many Chicagoland businesses.

A Manufacturing Partner Across Chicago and the U.S.


Top-Tier Waterjet Cutting Services

We offer top-tier waterjet cutting services for manufacturers across the greater Chicago area and nationally to meet your precision cutting needs.


Precision and Accuracy

Utilizing advanced water jet technology, we ensure accurate and intricate cuts on various materials including carbon fiber, stainless steel, copper, brass, titanium, and even granite.


ISO-Certified Quality

Our ISO-certified processes guarantee consistent quality and precise fabrication for projects of any scale.


Unmatched Results

Trust us for reliable and efficient abrasive waterjet machining, delivering unmatched results for your specific material thickness and intricate shapes.


Why choose a reputable local manufacturing partner?

An excellent local reputation is a good sign of high quality and customer service standards. Partnering with RWD ensures you receive exceptional service and support, leveraging local and national expertise to meet your needs.

What materials can be cut with waterjet technology?

Waterjet technology is highly versatile and can cut various materials, including metals such as stainless steel, aluminum, and titanium. It can also cut materials like granite, carbon fiber, plastics, rubber, and composites. The ability to cut such a diverse range of materials makes waterjet cutting the ideal solution for various industries and applications.

How does waterjet cutting compare to laser cutting?

Waterjet and laser cutting are both popular methods for precision cutting, but they differ in their approach and capabilities. Waterjet cutting uses a high-pressure stream of water to cut materials, while laser cutting uses a focused light beam. Waterjet cutting does not create heat-affected zones (HAZ) and is ideal for materials sensitive to heat, such as metals, while laser cutting can cause heat distortion. Both methods offer precision, but waterjet cutting is often favored for its versatility and ability to cut a broader range of materials.

Can I get a quote for my specific project needs?

Yes, RWD offers customized quotes for specific project needs. Provide us with the details of your project, including the material, design specifications, and quantity, and our team will provide you with a comprehensive quote tailored to your specific requirements. We are committed to providing accurate and competitive quotes for our clients’ waterjet cutting needs.

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5415 Business Pkwy Ringwood, IL 60072

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