Tag: Cutting Model

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...

What Is A Cutting Model?

The abrasive waterjet cutting model is, perhaps, the most significant factor in propelling abrasive waterjets into mainstream manufacturing. Advancements in the OMAX cutting model have decreased part production times, increased cutting precision, and made OMAX abrasive waterjets very easy to program. Yet, there’s not much discussion about what a cutting model is, or what it does. This is...

OMAX Corporation Unleashes Intelli-MAX 21 at WMTS 2015

KENT, Wash., June 15, 2015 - OMAX Corporation recently expanded its Intelli-MAX Software Suite for OMAX JetMachining Centers with the release of Intelli-MAX 21. The new version - with a new fourth generation cutting model - was on display at Canada’s Western Manufacturing Technology Show (WMTS). It not only optimizes tool paths automatically, but gives users precise predictability as to...

What can we help you with?