OMAX Education Package
Building tomorrow's engineers and machinists today is essential to advancing modern manufacturing. The OMAX Education Package is designed to help your educational institution teach new students about modern abrasive waterjet machining. A perfect fit for your school's shop, lab, or research & development facility, OMAX abrasive waterjets can machine a wide range of materials, from tool steel to carbon fiber, composites, glass, and more, and features high reliability with 500 hours or more between maintenance cycles.
The OMAX Intelli-MAX Software Suite is ideal for teaching new students about coordinate geometry, 2D CAD programming, and 3D machining limitations. The software is compatible with virtually every CAD/CAM system, so it integrates well with existing engineering and design programs.
- Academic Pricing Discounts
- MAXJET 5i Integrated Diamond Nozzle
- Unlimited Software Seats
- Free Upgrades
- A Metric Ton of High Performance Barton Garnet
- Five Premium ROCTEC 500 Mixing Tubes
From the MicroMAX for high precision prototyping to the MAXIEM for mainstream production to the OMAX for large scale manufacturing, the OMAX Education Package is ready to help you put an abrasive waterjet system in your high school, vocational school, community college, or university.
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Florida State University's High-Performance Materials Institute is paving the way when it comes to narrowing the gap between research and practical use of a new, high-performance composite material that could be up to 10 times lighter and 250 times stronger than steel, twice as hard as diamond, and highly conductive to electricity and heat.
OMAX Corporation recently served as one of the highly influential guest judges at Georgia Institute of Technology's latest Capstone Design Expo, a culmination of 40 mechanical and biomedical student projects from the school's mechanical engineering senior design course.
For six weeks this year, Aviation High School students met with OMAX engineers every Friday to cut aluminum components for a project they needed in a regional robotics competition, the 2010 Microsoft Seattle Regional.
Each school year, new engineering students at the University of British Columbia’s Engineering Physics School learn how fortunate they are to access a state-of-the-art machine shop for their academic projects.
OMAX Corporation, the global leader in the design and manufacture of advanced abrasive waterjet technology, recently announced its continued support of Aviation High School's First® Robotics team, Skunkworks Robotics. The partnership marks the company's sixth year of mentoring talented students interested in obtaining engineering and manufacturing skills.