Initially, only a clean water jet was used in the jet cutting method. It has been used for cutting corrugated cardboard since the mid-1970s. It is also used in cutting other soft materials: tissue paper, diapers, car accessories. Moreover, this method generates less moisture on the material than if it was touched by hands. The stream of clean water is very thin, does not generate heat, reduces the loss of cut material to a minimum, and above all, it is extremely easy to use.