Tag: MAXIEM

Buying a Waterjet: A Personal Journey

"Just when we were about to make a decision, we received an email from OMAX waterjets describing their new line of waterjets known as the MAXIEM. I was expecting to read the typical descriptions about the quality of the ballscrews, the precision and accuracy of the cuts, and of course the reliable and consistently high psi achieved by the hydraulic drive pump, but to my surprise, the MAXIEM...

Zenith Custom Creations Embraces Abrasive Waterjet in Manufacturing Custom Transport Engineering

“Improved quality of our end product, improved productivity and time efficiency.”

Craig Vanderstelt started manufacturing trailers in 2001 when a friend asked him to build a transport rig for a sprint car - a high-powered race car designed to compete on short dirt tracks. Vanderstelt took a leave from his job, rented a small shed, designed, and built the trailer. Word got out about...

EnduroMAX Pump Saves You Money

The OMAX EnduroMAX pump is more efficient than older intensifier-type pumps, but what does that really mean in day-to-day operations? At the core, it means that the EnduroMAX pump delivers more nozzle horsepower, or JetPower, versus intensifier designs. At the same time, the higher water requirements of the intensifier design means that you will need more input water to deliver less horsepower...

OMAX Corporation Expands Abrasive Waterjet Training

OMAX Corporation, a global leader in advanced abrasive waterjet technology, recently increased the capacity of its state-of-the-art training center in Kent, Washington, to provide OMAX and MAXIEM JetMachining Center owners with enhanced resources for improved productivity and profitability.

As a key element of the company’s headquarters and manufacturing campus, which spans more...

OMAX Corporation to Showcase Power of Intelli-MAX at EMO 2015

At EMO 2015, OMAX Corporation demonstrated how its Intelli-MAX Software Suite takes abrasive waterjet cutting to the industry’s highest levels of speed and performance. Attendees experienced how Version 23 of the proprietary software automatically optimizes the tool paths of the company’s OMAX and MAXIEM JetMachining Centers to create precision parts faster and at a lower cost than...

Did you know pure waterjets and abrasive waterjets are not interchangeable?

Waterjet machining has been around for decades. In fact, it is one of the fastest growing machining processes today, mainly due to its high versatility and ease of use. But when it comes to waterjet machining, there are actually two distinct types, pure waterjet and abrasivejet, and understanding the difference is important, if not critical.

Pure waterjet is the original form of the...

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