Hypertherm/OMAX suspends business in Russia
Like much of the world, we are outraged by the military invasion taking place in Ukraine. As a result of the increased aggression, loss of life, and the severe humanitarian crisis caused by the displacement of more than 2 million people, Hypertherm/OMAX has made the decision to suspend all business activity in Russia until further notice. Our thoughts are with the citizens and residents of Ukraine.
WHY BUY AN OMAX WATERJET?
From when you take ownership of your OMAX brand waterjet system, OMAX is there to help you out.
OMAX offers free onsite operator training as well as a huge library of operations and maintenance videos.
IntelliMAX software comes with a free quote calculator so you can quickly and accurately quote a waterjet job.
All OMAX abrasive waterjet systems use direct-drive pumps. Everything from the largest OMAX to the ProtoMAX effectively uses the same pump technology.
OMAX’s direct-drive pumps consume less electricity and use up to 75% less water than intensifier pumps, translating to lowering operating costs.
For those applications where an intensifier pump may have its benefits, OMAX also offers the DynaMAX line of intensifier pumps.
Continuously improving our cutting model based on the latest advancements in research, OMAX leads the world in waterjet control software.
The current 4th Generation Cutting Model builds upon years of real-world data to deliver precise predictability in cutting speeds, taper and jet lag.
As part of your OMAX purchase, you have total access to OMAX’s superior customer support.
From software installation to cutting methods, our staff is trained to answer any questions you may have. Since OMAX customer support is on-site at our Kent, WA campus, they are trained on the newest technology and the most advanced machining practices pioneered by our engineers.
OMAX is always evolving.
OMAX scripting is external programming extending applications in a machine tool’s CAD or CAM with custom capabilities including new commands, file filters and automation.
The OMAX® Rotary Axis allows manufacturers to cut cylindrical surfaces, including pipes, tubes and bars.
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