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Waterjet Customs

From six-inch thick steel to much thinner sheets of metal, the CNC waterjet cutting machine owned by local metal fabrication company Waterjet Customs precisely cuts designs using the power of water. The company is a cutting service for industrial and decorative designs.

“Anything that we can draw, the machine will cut,” says Eddie Gamez, owner of Waterjet Customs, adding that the waterjet cutter can cut anything from aluminum, plastics, wood and even granite.

Waterjet Customs is one of a very few companies in El Paso that offer such a service. For 12 years, Gamez has been waterjetting, but it wasn’t until 2019 that he opened Waterjet Customs. “It’s something that, when I started, was out of necessity. But this business fits me like a glove,” he says. “I’ve taken every opportunity that I’ve gotten to learn and to keep going. I’m so proud that we’re still growing and just proud that we’ve been able to continue this business.”

From six-inch thick steel to much thinner sheets of metal, the CNC waterjet cutting machine owned by local metal fabrication company Waterjet Customs precisely cuts designs using the power of water. The company is a cutting service for industrial and decorative designs.

“Anything that we can draw, the machine will cut,” says Eddie Gamez, owner of Waterjet Customs, adding that the waterjet cutter can cut anything from aluminum, plastics, wood and even granite.

Waterjet Customs is one of a very few companies in El Paso that offer such a service. For 12 years, Gamez has been waterjetting, but it wasn’t until 2019 that he opened Waterjet Customs. “It’s something that, when I started, was out of necessity. But this business fits me like a glove,” he says. “I’ve taken every opportunity that I’ve gotten to learn and to keep going. I’m so proud that we’re still growing and just proud that we’ve been able to continue this business.”

Working with Gamez and his team is a simple process: Clients usually bring Gamez a drawing — sometimes even just a hand-drawn sketch — to get started. Gamez then works with the client to create an image that can then fit the machine. Once cut, the Waterjet Customs team will clean the item, dry it and then sand it.

Waterjet Customs can create large metal signs for clients — including five-foot-tall signs — or even smaller decorative items, such as customized bottle openers. Oftentimes, Waterjet Customs will provide clients with an unfinished item, but they also offer painting and powder-coating services as well.

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