The widest range of waterjet cutting systems and deburring-finishing machines for metal processing

CMS Metal Technology is a brand dedicated to the production of metalworking machines and technical articles offering a wide range of complete water-jet cutting systems, pressure intensifiers, and dry or wet deburring and satin finishing machines. Since the 90’s, thanks to the acquisition of Tecnocut and constant internal developments, CMS Metal Technology has been able to gain high international prestige, boasting more than 1,500 installations worldwide. CMS Metal Technology is the reliable partner of leading industries in various divisions such as automotive, aerospace, machining, furniture, and industrial architecture.


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November 3, 2022

Intelligent maintenance gives you more free time!

Mixing water at high pressure with abrasive granite makes cutting hard, very thick materials easy. Used abrasive gathers in the collection tank during this process and should be removed from the outside and disposed of in special bags.

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October 6, 2022

The ideal combination for increasing productivity

When processing soft materials, like foam and seals, the cost of production is a key factor that requires maximum process efficiency and the ability to deal with high volumes.

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July 28, 2022

JetShield: protect your waterjet machine from high-pressure wear

CMS has devised a solution that is both simple and innovative to keep the circuit constantly at cutting pressure even when loading and unloading the material to be cut without compromising the conditions of maximum safety for the operator. JetShield is the “glass”-shaped device installed inside the tank that can house the cutting head’s mixing tube safely, becoming a genuine shield that protects the operator should the cutting head accidentally open.

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