Season 1 Episode 6 – Wazer: What Does "Desktop" Fabrication Actually Mean?
Plus Ed Kramer on running a CNC farm at home in Texas
The desktop machine category has expanded to include industrial machinery that’s sometimes hard to imagine actually putting on a desk. One recent addition is Wazer, a desktop waterjet cutter. Bre and Zach headed to the Brooklyn Navy Yard to see the machine in action, as well learn how it’s made, and ended up confirming their hunch about who the audience for these machines really is, which is not who you might think.
- Wazer's Kickstarter campaign
- The Wazer team are alumni of HAX
- Industrial waterjet cutting through 8" of stainless steel
- Some of Wazer's parts are thermoformed. Here's what large scale thermoforming looks like.
- Wazer showcased their machine at IMTS and Fabtech
- Ed Kramer on Instagram
- Ed's recent contract work making Delrin gears on the Bantam Tools PCB Milling Machine
ABOUT NISAN LEREA
Nisan Lerea is the Co-Founder & CEO of WAZER. He developed the underlying desktop waterjet technology in 2012, along with a team of undergraduates, while studying mechanical engineering at the University of Pennsylvania.