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OMAX Rotary Head Provides 6-Axis Capabilities

KENT, Wash., June 15, 2015 - OMAX offers several accessories for its OMAX JetMachining Centers to further increase their performance and versatility, including a Rotary Axis head that provides infinite rotation while cutting. The company has made its Rotary Axis even easier to program and expanded its parametric shape library for enhanced 3D pipe cutting.

With a Rotary Axis, OMAX...

OMAX 60120 Epitomizes Speed and Precision

KENT, Wash., June 15, 2015 - At WMTS 2015, Western Canada’s largest manufacturing event June 15-17 at the Edmonton Expo Center, OMAX Corporation featured the fast, precise cutting performance of the OMAX 60120 JetMachining Center. Visitors to booth 1121 saw demonstrations of the machine paired with a 50 hp EnduroMAX® Pump, A-Jet® cutting head and Rotary Axis.

Ideal for a...

William Wei

OMAX Corporation Hires William Wei as Sales Manager, Asia

OMAX Corporation, a global leader in the design and manufacture of advanced abrasive waterjet cutting technology, recently named William Wei its new sales manager for Asia. Wei will support the company's distribution partners and serve customers throughout China and Taiwan who rely on OMAX equipment for the fast, precise cutting of various materials, including exotic alloys, glass, rubber...

WarrenTech High School Now Offers Abrasive Waterjet Technology

Future manufactures at WarrenTech High School in Lakewood, Colorado will now add abrasive waterjet technology to their list of technical skills. The premier career and technical high school for Jefferson County Public Schools has added a new MAXIEM® 1515 JetMachining® Center from OMAX Corporation to its suite of machines used by students in its precision machining technology program....

Smalley Donates Abrasive Waterjet Machining Center to Local College

Smalley Steel Ring Company, a global leader in the design and manufacture of retaining rings and wave springs, has donated an OMAX 2652 to the College of Lake County (CLC) in Grayslake, Illinois. The abrasive waterjet machining center is the college’s first and broadens the CNC/Machine Tool Trades Department's ability to offer the waterjet technology skills sought by many employers...

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...

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