Robotic waterjet cutting is considered a fast and flexible method for cutting most plastics, foams and some metals. This is probably the reason why waterjet cutting is assuming greater importance in the industry circles. Consider the US based Par Systems Inc., which markets waterjet cutting solutions. Sources close to the company say that, "Instant Productivity, Just Add Water", is the idea that launched PaR Systems into the waterjet business over 15 years ago. A step further and Charles Habermann, a CAD/CAM/CAE specialist at PAR Systems, Inc. is known to have said, "There are only a few products that can't be cut with waterjet". Interesting as it may sound, most products that cut with waterjet are related to automobile production even as waterjet cutting is now being used outside of the car manufacturing industry.An extremely high-pressure jet of water is an efficient method of cutting soft materials, and combining the waterjet process with industrial robots is an economic alternative to the traditional punch tool method of producing complex-shaped components for car interiors, such as floor carpets, headliners and door trims. There are various applications of robotic waterjet systems installed in the USA, France, Iran, China and various other countries. A further development of the waterjet process is the addition of abrasives enabling it to cut hard materials in desired profiles.