Royal Engineered Composites Installs First Class B CMC
The new system offers both a 5-axis router and a 5-axis abrasive waterjet cutting arm that will be used to cut and drill parts and open this manufacturer to larger scale opportunities.
Royal Engineered Composites (Minden, NE) is proud to announce the successful installation of a composite machining center (CMC). The CMC, built by Flow International Corp. (Kent, WA), is the first ever Class B machine to be built. Royal will use the CMC to provide the highest quality cutting job available in the industry.
The Class B CMC offers both a 5-axis router and a 5-axis abrasive waterjet cutting arm with an envelope of 6½ m x 2½ m x 1 m. The CMC machine will be used to cut and drill parts and will open Royal to larger scale opportunities.
Until 2010, Royal was known by its original name of Royal Plastic. The change to Royal Engineered Composites reinforces the company as an industry leader in the manufacture of composite components and more accurately represents its technical capabilities, state-of-the-art facilities, equipment, and expertise.
Royal’s goal is to use engineering expertise to create value and reduce costs for customers. www.RoyalComposites.com
Flow International is the world’s leading developer and manufacturer of ultra high-pressure waterjet technology for cutting and cleaning, providing state-of-the-art ultrahigh-pressure (UHP) technology to numerous industries including aerospace, automotive, job shop, stone interiors, surface preparation, food and dozens more. www.FlowWaterjet.com