Midwest Precision


Midwest Precision’s waterjet cutting services offer an advanced level of quality, accuracy, and capacity. Our systems, some of the first employed in the Tulsa, OK region, provides flexible precision cutting control on many common fabrication materials in an ISO 9001:2008 certified environment.

These advanced waterjet cutting systems operate with two-axis setup, and can accommodate workpieces up to 96″ wide, 168″ long, and up to 10″ in thickness. Waterjet pressure tops at 90,000 psi, but is precision controlled to allow from very fine to coarse edge cuts. Materials we process include aluminum, brass, bronze, stainless, steel, copper, carbon steel, alloy steel, Inconel, titanium, Phenolics, and foam. Additional services, including machining, welding, and assembly, may be combined with waterjet cutting to form a definite pathway for centralized product fabrication.

This service is geared for low to high volume and blanket orders, and is easily combined with our JIT, Kanban, Scheduling, MRP Forecasting, and EDI logistical solutions. Lead times are typically one to two weeks with rush services available. Most quotes returned in 24 hours or less. See the table below or contact us today to learn more about our waterjet cutting services.

Midwest Precision of Tulsa, OK


Fabrication of Architectural Steel Structures for AHHA Project

The architectural structures highlighted here are part of the Hardesty Arts Center (AHHA) located in the heart of Tulsa's thriving downtown arts district. Read More...

Waterjet Cutting & Material Management for Caterpillar Project

Waterjet cutting is the ideal way to cut hard or thick materials that would be prone to fracture or warpage using traditional cutting methods. Read More...

Punching & Laser Cutting for Cross Member Project

We operate an advanced automated CNC punching and laser cutting system capable of creating custom cut shapes without operator intervention. Read More...

Laser Cutting & Welding for Boom Support Assembly

The assembly highlighted here is a boom support used by a customer in the automotive industry. It consists of A572 HSLA steel plate and A500 structural steel tubing Read More...

Fabrication of Custom Chassis Weldment

The weldment highlighted here is a custom chassis used for water and gas pipelines. The chassis weighs approximately 200 lbs. and measures 53" in length, 54" in width, and 5" in height. Read More...

Custom Machining of Stainless Steel Flag Indicator

 In the project highlighted here, a customer in the energy industry contracted us for the custom machining of a flag indicator. Read More...