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Make the Most of Your Remnants with IntelliMax

This tip comes from longtime OMAX Regional Sales Manager Patrick Turpin, who oversees sales in Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, and Indonesia.

Did you know that IntelliMax has a “Remnant” capability? That’s right, you can manually track remnants and add parts to existing sheets, allowing you to save money by using as much of your material as possible. Let’s go over how the...

Save Time and Resources with the OMAX Service Program

Regular preventive maintenance will ensure years of trouble-free waterjet operation. Like any other piece of machinery, the pumps, high-pressure lines, swivels and belts inside your abrasive waterjet need some extra attention from time to time to keep everything in optimal working order. If you have the know-how, equipment and additional man hours, this routine maintenance can be done in-house...

Build your website to sell your waterjet services

Creating or updating a website to promote your shop’s waterjet services is a great and inexpensive way to advertise. With a little know-how and some experimentation, you can put together a great looking website that demonstrates your skills with your waterjet.

Basic Hosting and Building

Several website building and hosting sites offer easy-to-use, step-by...

Buying a Waterjet with Free Money

Whether you are starting your business or expanding your shop floor, purchasing new equipment always involves the question of cost. But … what if you could get free money to pay for your equipment?

We often think of grants as being used for schools and students, as well as in scientific research. (If you are associated with a school, please contact OMAX for education packages.) However...

Cutting Glass on a Waterjet Machine

Although most glass should cut well on your waterjet, you will need to make exceptions, as different kinds of glass behave differently. For example, piercing is an easy but challenging part of waterjet glass cutting. In addition, frosting and chipping may occur around cut edges.

Note that you can cut glass on all OMAX waterjets, from our small waterjet, the ProtoMAX,...

Dear current and future OMAX customers

Following the close of a transaction to merge OMAX Corporation into Hypertherm earlier this year, we are busy integrating the two companies using a process expected to span 18 to 24 months. The number one priority of this integration is to add value to both enterprises for employees, Customers, channel partners, suppliers, and prospects. If it does not add value, we will not do it.

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Downside of Buying a Cheap Waterjet

The adage “You get what you pay for” applies to most major purchases. You pay more for a high-end car or a house with a proven history of appreciating well. The adage is even truer for machine tools. When you invest in a well-made tool, you can expect years of accurate and repeatable use.

OMAX waterjets typically are not the cheapest options on the market – with good reason. OMAX brand...

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