The A-Jet is a completely software-controlled multi-axis cutting head that greatly expands the versatility of the OMAX JetMachining Center. With a cutting range from 0° to 60°, the A-Jet can easily cut beveled edges, angled sides, and countersinks. Advanced features in the Intelli-MAX Software Suite allow the A-Jet to compensate for taper and easily create complex 3D shapes. With its inherent high level of positioning accuracy, the A-Jet is capable of cutting parts that require no secondary finishing, significantly reducing part production time.
- Eliminates secondary machining and grinding for fabrication processes, ideal for common welding projects
- Easily creates countersinks and weld-ready edges
- Precision angular motion can create unique 3D parts
- Fully automatic taper compensation to minimize taper on finished parts
- OMAX-unique High Angle Fusible Mixing Tube protects precision mechanism
- Cutting angle ranges from 0° to 60°
- Three modes of taper compensation
- Supplied with a MAXJET 5i Nozzle, which includes an OMAX High Angle Fusible Mixing Tube
- Designed for high flow/high power abrasive waterjet applications with multiple pumps by using large diameter tubing with minimal pressure loss
- Features a fixed focal point design, where the XYZ axes do not need to move as the head tilts
- Terrain Follower automatically adjusts to accommodate warped flat plate
- Rotary Axis allows for complex 6-axis 3D parts and precision beveled pipe fittings
- 0.030" Fusible Mixing Tube for finer kerf size
- A bridge-style OMAX JetMachining Center (for cantilever-style OMAX JetMachining Centers, contact an OMAX sales representative for details)
- OMAX 9-axis PC-based controller
- OMAX Intelli-MAX 18 Software Suite or later for taper compensation
Weld Prep Cutting
The A-Jet makes cutting bevels simple, and software controls help to eliminate taper.
Through advanced yet easy-to-use software enhancements such as XData, the A-Jet is capable of cutting complex three dimensional shapes quickly and accurately. Simply set the cutting angle to the drawing entity, and the software automatically sets the A-Jet to accurately and quickly cut the shape.
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