Tag: Intelli-MAX

OMAX Rotary Head for JetMachining Centers Gains Expanded Functionality

OMAX offers several accessories for its JetMachining Centers to further increase their performance and versatility, including a Rotary Axis head that provides infinite rotation while cutting. With a recent upgrade of its intuitive Intelli-MAX Software Suite, OMAX has made its Rotary Axis even easier to program and has expanded its parametric shape library for enhanced 3D pipe cutting.

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OMAX to Show How Waterjet Technology Improves Productivity at FABTECH

At FABTECH 2015, taking place November 9-12 at McCormick Place in Chicago, OMAX® Corporation will demonstrate its OMAX 80X and MAXIEM® 1515 JetMachining® Centers loaded with efficient direct drive pumps, advanced accessories and the latest Intelli-MAX® Software Suite in booth S2767. Attendees will also have the opportunity to speak with abrasive waterjet experts inside the...

Advancements in Affordable Waterjet Tech Highlighted at SOUTH-TEC

KENT, Wash., August 14, 2015 - At SOUTH-TEC 2015 in booth 1221 at the Charlotte Convention Center, OMAX® Corporation will showcase the MAXIEM® 1530 JetMachining® Center loaded with an efficient direct drive pump, an advanced cutting head and the latest Intelli-MAX Software Suite. Applications experts will also be on hand to discuss the company's full range of table sizes and...

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Leading Edge Machine's Equipment

Two journeymen machinists, each with more than 15 years of experience in the precision machining industry, opened their own business four years ago. Corey Anderson and Brian Deffinger, co-owners of Leading Edge Machine, made a bold but calculated decision to own their own business. The two knew each other well, as Corey had worked under the direction of...

Waterjets Cut Through DNA

TMD Today's Medical Developments

Cancer patients receiving treatment at the BC Cancer Agency, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, have no idea that the same facility houses a working machine shop. This small, but wellequipped, shop plays a key role in supporting not only patient treatments, but also cancer research, in particular DNA sequencing.

The majority of work done at the...

Waterjet Machine Available at Vashon College

By Leslie Brown

For years, John Olsen, an MIT-trained engineer with a doctorate in fluid mechanics, has wondered how Vashon artists might use the water-jet technology he first developed in his garage on the Island some 30 years ago.

Now, thanks to a chance conversation on a ferry boat, he’s getting an opportunity to find out.

Olsen, whose backyard experiments ultimately...

Waterjet Evolves Into Precision Alternative

Abrasive waterjet cutting has historically been seen as a novel tool for rough cutting of materials such as steel, aluminum, titanium, Inconel® , and glass – sort of a glorified bandsaw for 2D shapes. But today™s waterjet technology has advanced into new territory.

With the latest in technology offered by waterjet manufactures and coupled with one firm™s technical...

Waterjet Drives Engineering Innovation

As a sport that pushes the envelope at 200-plus miles per hour, NASCAR is often viewed by fans as an ultimate test of man and machine. Seat-of-the-pants driving and masterful strategy, however, are not the only elements that distinguish the winners from the rest—the creativity and ingenuity of engineers and machinists behind the scenes can be just as important.   That ingenuity and...

Waterjet Cutting More Than Flat Blanks

Advanced control technology has made it possible for abrasive waterjet cutting systems to make accurate complex 2-dimensional parts directly from a CAD drawing file input by a machine operator.  Now even more advanced control systems have been developed to permit rapid creation of 3-dimensional parts from 3-D CAD files.  As dimensions are added, the motion control required for...

Washington Manufacturer Finds Abrasivejet Machining Cost-Effective Cutting Answer

Mike McDonald, owner of Keller Machine and Fabrication, Inc., will be the first to admit that he used to be one of abrasivejet machining's greatest skeptics.

Mr. McDonald worked in the industry for 17 years before buying Keller Machining and Fabrication, Inc., based in Kent, Washington. "I wanted to use KMF to help customers solve specific problems and, in doing so, take...

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