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The phrase “desktop fabrication” has for the most part meant 3D printers and laser cutters. There are also small computer-numerical-control (CNC) mills and routers to be had, but until now you’d be hard pressed to find a small computerized machine hefty enough and flexible enough to cut complicated patterns in, say, steel. And you’d be totally out of luck if your material of choice was glass or ceramic. That may be about to change, thanks to Wazer, which recently began offering the possibility of purchasing a small-scale water-jet cutter appropriate for DIYers or small businesses. Read more: http://spectrum.ieee.org/video/geek-life/tools-toys/this-water-jet-cutter-can-slice-through-anything-steel-glass-or-steak