KENT, Wash. — OMAX Corporation will highlight how the company’s abrasive waterjet technology is engineered to provide successful cutting solutions to the manufacturing industry at IMTS 2016. OMAX will have live cutting demonstrations in booth N-6228 to showcase how quickly their JetMachining Centers produce high-precision parts from virtually any material. Visitors can watch 3D and taper-free parts being cut from various material types and thicknesses without the need for any tool changes.
“We want manufacturers who visit our booth to gain a solid understanding of how the speed, performance and versatility of abrasive waterjet technology can help them grow their businesses,” explains Stephen Bruner, vice president of marketing for OMAX. “This easy-to-use technology enables companies to improve productivity and take on new, more complex work.”
In the booth, application specialists will be available to educate visitors about abrasive waterjet technology and explore customized solutions for specific cutting needs. Installation technicians will address questions about set-up and maintenance and customer service personnel will explain the world-class training and support OMAX provides in-person, online and over the phone.
Of special note, OMAX lead software engineer Carl Olsen will give a presentation titled, “The Role of Software in Waterjet Machines” as part of the Alternative Manufacturing continuous improvement learning track at IMTS. In his presentation, Olsen will discuss how waterjet software improves machine operations, intelligence and cutting speeds.
For more information on OMAX Corporation as well as its complete selection of abrasive waterjet products and services, please visit www.omax.com.
About OMAX Corporation
Based in Kent, Washington, OMAX Corporation is the global leader in advanced abrasive waterjet systems that cut virtually any material and thickness with unmatched speed and accuracy. Owner of the OMAX and MAXIEM brands, the company provides a comprehensive selection of JetMachining Centers that feature intuitive software controls and incorporate the most efficient pump technology available. In developing its machines, the company designs, manufactures, assembles and tests components as a complete system to ensure optimum performance. The company also has the most comprehensive service and support network in the waterjet industry to keep its customers ahead of the manufacturing curve. For more information, visit OMAX.com or connect with the company on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube.