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Cutting Services

Big Blue Saw for OnDemand Cutting
Big Blue Saw for On-Demand Cutting

When it was founded, Big Blue Saw didn’t own an OMAX-brand waterjet. However, in early 2020, Arthur decided to add a MAXIEM 1530 to their shop floor. "My eventual goal was, and still is, to allow engineers, designers and makers of all kinds to turn a concept or idea into a real thing. Adding the new MAXIEM machine allows us to service much larger orders and expand beyond our base of customers into clients in new fields like logistics and energy,” Arthur said. Read

Artistic Iron Using an OMAX waterjett
Artistic Iron - Part Two - Using an OMAX

Artistic Iron, out of Corona, CA, uses an OMAX 60120. John Robbins, owner of Artistic Iron, explains how waterjet water jet cutter is used in his custom metal fabshop. Read

Beautiful Craftsmanship in the heart of Romania
Beautiful Craftsmanship in the heart of Romania

In 2018, LERA added an OMAX 55100 JetMachining Center to its shop. Purchasing a waterjet has allowed for faster production times and more accurate cutting. LERA uses their OMAX 55100 to machine stainless steel, aluminum, brass, steel, stone, glass, wood and nearly anything else that might be requested of the company. Read

Artistic Iron - Buying an OMAX
Artistic Iron - Part One - Buying an OMAX

Artistic Iron, out of Corona, CA, brought an OMAX 60120 into their shop. John Robbins, owner of Artistic Iron, explains how waterjet has added value to his customer metal fabshop Read

MATERIAM Full Service Digital Manufacturing
MATERIAM: Full Service Digital Manufacturing

MATERIAM grew quickly with a healthy dose of marketing, an eye for emerging industry trends, and the right tools to complete any job. Today they have 23 employees in a 3,600 m2 facility. Their list of machine tools is beyond impressive: fiber and CO2 lasers, CNC benders, routers, mills, and lathes, large format universal robot machining, 3D printers, automated measuring equipment, 3D scanners, and an OMAX 80X abrasive waterjet. Read

Bu.Ge.Go. finds Reliability and Versatility with GlobalMAX
Bu.Ge.Go. finds Reliability and Versatility with GlobalMAX

Bu.Ge.Go decided on going with a GlobalMAX® 1530. “It was the only alternative that allowed us to cut all type of materials, even with considerable thickness,” explained Buzzoni. “Another aspect that, for us, was very important was the floor space requirement. We just appreciate the compact size of the machine. We also earn a better surface finish given by the ‘cold cutting’ of the waterjet technology.” Read

CTS Waterjets, LLC - A Family Business with a Family of Waterjets
CTS Waterjets, LLC - A Family Business with a Family of Waterjets

“We went with OMAX because of the customer support, and we wanted to buy American-made,” said Ben Goldschmidt the Waterjet Cutting Operator at C.T.S. Waterjet LLC. Read

Venables Machine Works Trusts Their OMAX 55100 for Quick Turnarounds
Venables Machine Works Trusts Their OMAX 55100 for Quick Turnarounds

In 2011, Venables purchased their OMAX 55100 JetMachining Center®. “We found that we were outsourcing a lot of profile cutting and determined that purchasing a profiling machine could pay for itself in a couple years,” says Wingerak. Read

K&W Tool and Machine Inc. Cuts into the Future with Waterjet
K&W Tool and Machine Inc. Cuts into the Future with Waterjet

K&W bought their first OMAX 120X JetMachining Center in 2010 to fulfill the needs of their customer base. The company liked the machine so much that they added a second OMAX 120X to their floor in 2016. Both machines are equipped with the optional Tilt-A-Jet® cutting head. With the Tilt-A-Jet addition, taper is almost completely eliminated ensuring off-the-table-ready parts. “We use both of our 120X waterjets at least ten hours a day; if we are busy we run them both 24/7,” says Kring. Optimizing their abrasive waterjet capabilities, K&W is maximizing work flow as well as profitability. Read

Craftsmanship Empowered by Waterjet
Craftsmanship Empowered by Waterjet

Combining their skills, they founded a custom metal fabrication company in 2007 in McMinnville, Oregon called Solid Form Fabrication. It was a tough economic climate and Deven and Keath knew they needed a way to set their business apart from other custom fabricators if they were to succeed. In 2009, they purchased a high-performance OMAX 80X abrasive waterjet that would allow them to precision cut specialty metals, and the investment paid off. Read

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