Waterjet cutting is used in hydraulic mining, construction, the food industry, and the manufacturing industry. The processing industry includes but is not limited to parts made for automotive, transportation, aerospace, model shops, and rapid prototyping. These industrial manufacturing businesses usually use a large scale type of machine and computers to create massive quantities of parts. Most commonly, abrasive waterjets are used when creating metal parts. By using this method of manufacturing, the material being processed can be cut quickly and precisely. Because of the precise direction waterjet cutting can accomplish, tiles made of granite, marble, and other materials can have more intricate designs made for counters, floors and other architectural purposes.