A locksmith performing heat and blasting on a metal sheet with the Marxam Project logo.

Nowadays, the main task of a locksmith is cold metal processing – manually or with the use of power tools. The scope of work of a locksmith includes small parts of mechanisms, minor machining and manual processing of steel, stainless steel and aluminum surfaces.

A locksmith is treated as a welder’s assistant, because he is very often responsible for preparing materials for welding and their subsequent processing in order to apply protective coatings.

The very wide range of skills that a locksmith must have include everything related to mechanics (assembly and disassembly of devices), cutting, sawing, drilling, riveting, soldering and skills in the field of electrical engineering and hydraulics. Also metal science is a very important field of knowledge that a locksmith must acquire – testing the hardness, strength, elasticity, impact strength, plasticity and other basic characteristics of metals is the knowledge necessary for the proper performance of locksmith’s profession.

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Thermal and jet processing

By combining precise thermal techniques and cutting-edge jet processing, Marxam Project delivers exceptional results across a wide range of applications. Whether it’s heat cutting or waterjet cutting for unique designs, our approach ensures high-quality outcomes with reduced energy consumption. With a commitment to efficiency, reliability, and environmental responsibility, Marxam Project’s thermal and jet processing services are ideal for many different industries. 

Thermal and jet processing at the highest level in Marxam Project

Are you looking for modern solutions to enhance your manufacturing processes? Look no further! Our comprehensive thermal and jet processing services are designed to meet the most demanding industry standards while providing unparalleled precision and efficiency.


Why choose Marxam Project?

Marxam Project is an established service provider for many metalworking solutions. One of our main sectors is thermal and jet processing. We offer laser cutting and waterjet cutting of various different materials.

Advanced Thermal Processing

Our thermal processing capabilities allow us for maximum control over temperature, which ensures that the result is optimal. Regardless of the industry you work in, our team of experienced specialists can help you with your thermal processing requirements.

Precision Jet Processing

Our jet processing services are ideal for highest precision applications. We offer high-quality waterjet cutting, which provides clean and accurate cuts without heat distortion. That in turn reduces material waste and improves upon production efficiency. Jet processing is ideal for custom designs and many complex shapes.

Customized Solutions

At Marxam Project, we value uniqueness, which is the reason we always customize our services in accordance with our clients wishes. We work closely with you to understand your requirements and offer the services tailored to these needs.

Quality Assurance

Good service comes from good quality, which is the reason we pay so much attention so that our solutions meet rigorous standards of our quality control procedures. We are committed to providing the highest quality of service in the shortest possible time.

Reduced Production Time and Cost

Modernization of our technologies allows us to optimize production efficiency and in consequence, reduce necessary time and overall costs. By choosing our services, you choose the perfect combination of efficiency, quality and price.

Contact us today!

Ready to take your manufacturing processes to the next level? Contact us today to learn more about our thermal and jet processing services and discover how we can help you achieve your goals. Our dedicated team is ready to answer your questions and provide you with a tailored solution that fits your unique requirements.

Definition of thermal and jet processing

Thermal processing refers to various industrial techniques, which use controlled heat to change the physical and chemical properties of materials. Most commonly used materials are metals, ceramics and polymers. There are many different operations included in thermal processing, such as annealing, hardening, tempering, brazing and more. In Marxam Project, we specialize in laser cutting.

Jet processing in turn, consists of methods that use high-pressure jets to cut, shape and clean materials with high precision. In comparison with thermal methods, it does not insert heat, which makes it more suited for unique shapes and materials that are heat-sensitive. 

Both thermal and jet processing are critical in modern manufacturing, enabling a wide range of applications across industries such as aerospace, automotive, electronics, and medical devices.

Principles of thermal and jet processing

Thermal and jet processing work in specific ways to achieve the required results in material transformations and manipulations.

Thermal treatment of metals involves cutting materials with a beam of concentrated thermal energy and using it to separate parts of the materials from each other by evaporating it.

Jet processing on the other hand is based on the principle of high-pressure fluid dynamics. During that, the specialists are using jets of water or abrasive particles to clean, cut or shape materials with high precision. The main difference between the thermal processing is that it does not introduce heat-induced distortions. That, in turn, helps while having to work with heat-sensitive materials.

Advantages of thermal and jet processing

Both thermal and jet processing are highly valuable in metalworking. They offer efficiency, which allows for faster production time and reduced costs. That makes them perfect solutions in various industries.

Advantages of thermal processing

  • Consistent Results – the precise control of temperature ensures consistent results, reducing the risk of defects and ensuring high-quality products.
  • Energy Efficiency – our use of modern thermal processing equipment helps us in managing our energy efficiency, which reduces energy consumption.
  • Broad Industry Applications – thermal processing can be used in various different industries, such as aerospace, automotive, manufacturing and many more, making it a versatile option that meets diverse demands.
  • Improved Product Lifespan – through heat-based treatment, thermal processing enhances the endurance and performance of materials, contributing to longer-lasting products and reduced maintenance needs.


Advantages of jet processing

  • Precision – jet processing offers highly accurate cutting capabilities, allowing for complex shapes and unique designs with minimal error. This aspect is particularly useful in industries where detailed parts are a must, such as aerospace and electronics.
  • No Heat Distortion – unlike thermal processing, jet processing does not use heat, reducing the risk of thermal distortion of materials. This makes it ideal for working with heat-sensitive components.
  • Versatile Material Compatibility – jet processing is compatible with a wide range of materials, including metals, ceramics, plastics, and composites. This versatility allows for a broad spectrum of applications across various industries.
  • Reduced Waste – jet processing creates clean cuts without producing significant material waste, contributing to more efficient use of resources and reducing environmental impact.
  • Environmentally Friendly – since jet processing primarily uses water or abrasives, it generates fewer harmful emissions and can be more environmentally friendly compared to traditional methods. This aligns with growing sustainability trends in manufacturing.

Frequently asked questions

What types of thermal and jet processing services do you offer?

We offer a variety of thermal and jet processing services, including laser cutting, plasma cutting, and waterjet cutting. These services are designed to meet a wide range of manufacturing needs, from high-precision cuts to large-scale processing.

What is the difference between laser cutting, plasma cutting, and waterjet cutting?

  • Laser Cutting uses a concentrated laser beam to cut through materials with high precision, ideal for detailed designs and intricate shapes. It’s most effective with thin metals, plastics, and certain ceramics.
  • Plasma Cutting employs an electrically charged gas (plasma) to cut through thicker metals, providing high-speed cutting and versatility. This method is suitable for higher metal thicknesses.
  • Waterjet Cutting uses high-pressure water or a mixture of water and abrasive particles to cut through a wide range of materials, from metals to glass to composites. It generates no heat, reducing the risk of thermal distortion.

Which processing method should I choose for my project?

The choice depends on the material, thickness, precision requirements, and desired outcomes. Laser cutting is best for precise, detailed work, plasma cutting is suitable for thicker metals and faster cuts, and waterjet cutting is ideal for a wide range of materials without heat distortion. Our experts can help you determine the best method for your specific needs.

How do you ensure quality and accuracy in your services?

We use advanced equipment and technology to ensure precise and accurate cuts. Our team follows rigorous quality control protocols to ensure that every project meets or exceeds industry standards.

What industries do you serve?

We serve a diverse range of industries, including aviation, automotive, electronics, architecture, construction, manufacturing, and more. Our thermal and jet processing services are versatile and adaptable to various industrial applications.

How can I get a quote for my project?

To get a quote, you can contact our team via our website or by e-mail. Provide us with details about your project, including material type, dimensions, and any specific requirements. We’ll work with you to understand your needs and provide a comprehensive quote for our services.