Tag: A-Jet

Cutting 3D designs on an OMAX waterjet

OMAX waterjets help you create so many unique and amazing things. Check out the video below to see how our Applications Team used a waterjet to cut the northern hemisphere of a 3D globe.

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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...

OMAX To Showcase Full Range of Waterjets at FABTECH 2019

KENT, Wash., July 24th, 2019 – At FABTECH 2019, OMAX® Corp. will demonstrate the power of abrasive waterjets on four different machines models. Show attendees can explore each of the OMAX product lines to find out what waterjet is right for their particular applications. In booth A5731 at McCormick Place, Chicago, November 11th – 14th, OMAX will showcase an OMAX 80X with a Tilt-A-Jet, a MAXIEM...

*Video* Artistic Iron - Buying an OMAX

 

Artistic Iron, out of Corona, CA, brought an OMAX 60120 into their shop. John Robbins, owner of Artistic Iron, explains how waterjet has added value to his customer metal fabshop.

Below are a few images of Artistic Iron's shop and a great inlay piece they did for the Off The Hook resturant in Los Alamitos, CA.

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Shop Breaks from Pack with Waterjet Cutting

After spending 22 years as a CNC machinist in the Indianapolis area, Richie Price, in 2015, launched his own business…“backwards,” he says, half-jokingly. Instead of adding waterjet capabilities after starting with mills, lathes and other conventional machining processes, Price’s carefully researched business plan called for launching RPM Design in Brownsburg, IN, with a single waterjet-...

OMAX to Showcase Versatility of Waterjet Cutting Technology at IMTS

KENT, Wash., May 7, 2018 - At IMTS 2018, OMAX Corporation will highlight how the latest advancements in abrasive waterjet cutting machine technology meets a variety of specific manufacturing and educational needs. The company will demonstrate these systems in booth #236222 and in the Smartforce Student Summit, where students and teachers can explore new...

OMAX Introduces New Abrasive Waterjet Line to North American Market at FABTECH 2017

New GlobalMAX® abrasive waterjet product line has value and durability as priorities

KENT, Wash., Sept. 1, 2017 - OMAX Corporation will showcase their new GlobalMAX abrasive waterjets, a line of essentially-featured, reliable, and practical machine tools capable of cutting virtually any material, in Booth A4838 at FABTECH 2017 in Chicago this November. The GlobalMAX line takes...

Taper Compensation

The abrasive waterjet cutting tool consists of millions of tiny abrasive particles. All those particles are accelerated in the nozzle and perform the cut one impact at time. Depending on the cutting conditions, geometry of the cut, the material and other parameters, the cutting edge can take on different shapes that are commonly referred to as taper. A V-shaped cutting kerf will produce a part...

3D Waterjet Cutting Capabilities Bring More Productivity Options to Machine Shop

Abrasive waterjet systems have become increasingly more prevalent in machine shops and fabrication shops and prototyping labs over the last few decades. The cold cutting process used by waterjets has proven to be a popular alternative or complementary method for cutting metals, composites, stone, glass and many other materials. Because there’s no heat-affected zone with waterjet cutting...

Waterjet Machine Thrusts Ohio Fabricator Into New High-Tech Territory

Keeping up with the times has been the name of the game for Perfection Fabricators Inc., a successful fabrication shop doing business in Elyria, Ohio since 1973. In the forty years their doors have been open, the company has grown to four times its original size. The increase in job orders also meant a growing need to cut materials their current machinery couldn’t accommodate. Some job...

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