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When it’s Time to Remove Solids

No matter if you cut glass once a week or manufacture steel parts three shifts a day, abrasive and discarded material builds up in the tank. At some point the solids will build up so much that it will affect your waterjet’s efficiency and accuracy. How much cutting you do determines how often you will need to remove solids from your tank. When that time comes, you’ll need to remove those...

Precision Practices: Homing

OMAX waterjet machines are designed for high-precision machining. A combination of meticulous mechanics, rigid construction, and velocity control from the software ensures the highest degree of precision in the cut parts. Even with all that precision built in, you, as the operator, are able to hone that precision further by implementing a few fundamental practices. Thought it may seem...

Preparing for Your Waterjet

If you are waiting for your newly purchased OMAX abrasive waterjet to arrive, or you’re just thinking of adding an OMAX to your shop, you’ll want to make sure your facility is prepared to use your new machine. Below is an overview of general requirements you’ll need to consider before the OMAX installation technician arrives at your location.

Note that your specific machine, given...

Precision Practices: Kerf and Tool Offset Adjustment

OMAX waterjet machines are designed for high-precision machining. A combination of meticulous mechanics, rigid construction, and velocity control from the software ensures the highest degree of precision in the parts. Even with all that precision built in, you, as the operator, are able to hone that precision further by implementing a few fundamental practices. Last month Precision Practices...

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Precision Practices: Tool Offset

OMAX waterjet machines are designed for high-precision machining. A combination of meticulous mechanics, rigid construction, and velocity control from the software ensures the highest degree of precision in the parts. Even with all that precision built in, you, as the operator, are able to hone that precision further by implementing a few fundamental practices. Last month Precision Practices...

Creating a Technical Support Report

OMAX’s co-founder and CEO, Dr. John Cheung, has always expressed after-sales service as a touchtone of the OMAX experience. As part of your OMAX abrasive waterjet purchase, you have complete access to OMAX’s superior customer support. From software installation issues to question on cutting methods, our staff is trained to answer any and all questions that you may have.

Often when you...

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Precision Practices: Lead-ins and Lead-outs

OMAX waterjet machines are designed for high-precision machining. A combination of meticulous mechanics, rigid construction, and velocity control from the software ensures the highest degree of precision in the machined parts. Even with all that precision built in, you, as the operator, are able to hone that precision further by implementing a few fundamental practices. In OMAX’s Intelli-MAX...

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OMAX 25th Year Anniversary

25 years ago, the founders of OMAX believed that a company could thrive in manufacturing with a focus on abrasive waterjets. Their mission, to provide precise, easy-to-use, cost effective, standardized, reliable, high quality abrasive waterjets with superior after-sales service, has endured to mold OMAX as the leading company in the waterjet industry. We celebrate our milestone, not...

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National Science Foundation Investment Helps Meet Global Demand For Micro Abrasive Waterjet Technology

KENT, Wash., July 18, 2017 - OMAX® Corporation, a designer and manufacturer of computer-controlled abrasive waterjet systems, has produced the world’s most precise micromachining abrasive waterjet available with the assistance of a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant from the US National Science Foundation (NSF).

The NSF SBIR program is a highly competitive program...

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