Phone 204.947.0409
Fax 204.947-6917

AAA (Triple A) Waterjet
100 McPhillips Street
Winnipeg, MB R3E 2J7
Phone 204.947.0409
Fax 204.947.6917
Welcome to AAA Waterjet

AAA (Triple ä© Waterjet specializes in waterjet cutting. A waterjet is a tool capable of slicing into metal or other materials using a jet of water at high velocity and pressure. It efficiently cuts into a wide range of materials such as; steel, titanium, wood, tile, glass, and marble.

With the advancements made in manufacturing, waterjet cutting has become a preferred method of use. Our waterjet technology has the ability to cut very precise custom designs through any material, and is very helpful for industrial and architectural applications.

Whether you are looking for AAA Waterjet to cut intricate patterns or logos of sports teams or restaurants into flooring or any other architectural surfaces, waterjet cutting is one of the fastest and one of the most accurate ways to turn your design into reality.

AAA Waterjet is located right in the middle of the continent, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, a major truck-rail-air transportation hub. It means you can depend on quick and reliable deliveries wherever you are in North America.

At AAA Waterjet, customer service starts before you call us and continues long after we deliver your order. We conduct on-going product research to anticipate your needs, so we are ready for your call. We work with our customers to develop exactly the right products, to deliver at exactly the right time.
Materials we can Cut:
Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, Titanium, Aluminium, Copper/Brass/Bronze, Plastic, Marble/Stone, Granite, Glass, Leather, Fiberglass, Styrofoam, Wire Mesh, Wood
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Benefits of WaterJet Cutting
No heat affected areas.
No mechanical stress induced during cutting.
Reduced setup and cutting time to reduce costs.
Precise cutting capable of producing of intricate designs.
Reduced amounts of scrap.

Typical Applications Include:

Laser Shops and Aerospace Industry:
Work with materials that are affected by heat (such as titanium, and aluminum) or materials that laser can not cut (such as thicker metal or composites)

Prototype and R&D Shops:
Work directly from CAD drawings

Maintenance and Repair Shops:
Quickly produce one-off parts

Original Equipment Manufacturers:
Control Just-in-Time inventory requirements

Metal Fabricators:
Offer "clean edge" plate work, such as brackets, machine parts and weldments

Architectural Fabricators:
Lets you create complex designs in glass, stone, tile and metal Abrasive jet

Waterjet Specialty Shops:
Makes parts with higher tolerance than any other abrasive jet system

Industrial Manufacturers:
Minimize scrap when working with expensive materials

Job Shops:
Produce a wide variety of short-run parts