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Liquid Potential

ERA Industries, Inc.

These excerpts are from "Liquid Potential," an article written by John Loos and originally published in Modern Metals, December 2008 Copyright Trend Publishing Inc.

One of OMAX's customers that recently discovered the versatility of waterjet technology is ERA Industries Inc., Franklin Park, IL, a privately held precision machine job shop with a focus...

FusionTECH Develops Unique Stainless Steel Turnkey Solutions

FusionTECH

Plenty of thought goes into making food products safer and protecting the quality of prescription medicine. A small business based in Roseville, Illinois, offers a helping hand to companies required to comply with Food and Drug Administration standards. FusionTECH Integrated Inc. is a full-service fabricator bringing design concepts to completion with two 80160 OMAX JetMachining...

Monumental Achievements With a MAXIEM Waterjet

Laser Imaging & Design, Inc.

The largest laser etching company for customized monuments in the country is pushing the design boundaries of their stone projects with a MAXIEM Waterjet. Previously only specializing in laser etching services, Laser Imaging & Design Inc. in Lebanon, Ohio now expands their creativity with mix-medium projects, multi-colored stone inlays, and more ambitious...

Hydrocut Waterjet Caters to a Hunger for Abrasive Waterjet Solutions

Hydrocut Waterjet

Who would have thought that an OMAX JetMachining Center could set the mood for a bakery in San Diego, an outdoor kids park in Laguna Beach, or a race track venue in North Carolina? Ted Spuhler, owner of Hydrocut Waterjet, is someone who is not limited by his imagination, particularly when providing services with two OMAX Model 55100s.

He knows his machines can...

Direct Waterjet Inc. Prefers Prototyping With Their OMAX Waterjet

Direct Waterjet, Inc.

After running their waterjet job shop for a couple of years, Direct Waterjet now cuts predominantly prototype projects, and the business redirection has been a real eye-opener for the owners. Trudianne Temple and Billy Wawak’s original business plan was to provide glass cutting services with their OMAX® 5555 JetMachining® Center, but now they only cut glass...

MAXIEM 1515 Keeps Small Jobs Cost Efficient

Metal Products Engineering

Metal Products Engineering began their business as a Lockheed subcontractor in 1940. Since then, the company has designed and built an impressive inventory of customized progressive dies in their Los Angeles facility. To remain competitive throughout the years, the company supplemented its aerospace business with a diversified customer base of commercial products....

Going to the Extreme With Jacyl Technology

Jacyl Technology

Did you know the third largest naval installation in the world is located in Crane, Indiana? Most of the ruggedized computer systems made by Jacyl Technology are used on applications from the Crane Division of the Naval Surface Warfare Center. All the commercialized computers you buy from a local retail store cannot handle the rough conditions required by the military. So...

Cutting With Water: Major Purchase Allows For Sideways Growth

WPC Services, LLC

These excerpts are from "Cutting with Water," an article written by Rick Williams and originally published in Sign Business, March 2009. Copyright National Business Media, Inc.

Just at the time when the national economy seems to be going in the tank, we are finishing up with an expansion that has been two or three years in the making. Is that timing or what...

Marines Deploy Advanced Waterjet Technology for Rapid Response Repair

U.S Marine Corps

Focused on rapid response since its founding, the U.S. Marine Corps have deployed Marine Expeditionary Units to trouble spots around the world for more than 200 years. The Corps' flexibility depends on its support operations, including such services as in-theater repair and fabrication units that provide immediate machining and welding capability. In line with trends...

Karice Enterprises Ltd. Gains More Production Efficiency With an OMAX

Karice Enterprises Ltd.

In November 2007, Karice Enterprises Ltd. of Surrey, British Columbia added an OMAX® 80160 to bring more cutting versatility into their architectural metal shop. They wanted a tool that would help them fabricate a variety of 0.015 inch to 1 inch thick ferrous and non-ferrous materials. Their timing was impeccable since a flood of cutting jobs spurred from local...

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