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Water cuts through 360 and metal bearings

Dustin Burg
December 19, 2006
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When you have a high pressured waterjet sitting at home you just have to cut up some electronics, it's a given. But not our beloved white box of love! Over at Water Jets they had a friend from Microsoft stop by with an old Xbox to, what else, cut it into pieces. They also cut out a perfect 360 circle from our white box (pictured above) and made some really awesome desk toys out of aluminum and steel bearings (picture after the break). I bet you can't guess what we're putting on our Christmas wish list this year ... high pressured waterjet FTW!

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