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OMAX to Showcase Versatility of Waterjet Cutting Technology at IMTS

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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...

Micro Abrasive Waterjet Machining with the OMAX MicroMAX

Around the globe, machines and their components are becoming smaller and lighter. The demand for high precision parts from advanced materials with quick turnaround time is growing. OMAX Corporation has answered this demand with the development of the latest generation MicroMAX® abrasive waterjet.

To cut material, an abrasive waterjet accelerates water to a high velocity jetstream...

OMAX Receives 2016 Tibbetts Award for Micro Abrasive Waterjet Technology

KENT, Wash., January 20, 2017 - On January 10, OMAX Corporation was one of 37 companies to receive the prestigious Tibbetts Award at the White House. The Tibbetts Award is given to small businesses and individuals by the US Small Business Administration (SBA) in recognition for innovative research and development of transferrable technology. OMAX received the award for its...

OMAX MicroMAX Named Finalist for Prestigious R&D 100 Awards

KENT, Wash., January 17, 2017 - The OMAX MicroMAX JetMachining Center has been named a finalist by R&D Magazine in the field of Mechanical/Materials for the magazine's highly regarded 2016 R&D 100 Awards. Such a nomination places OMAX among an elite community of companies and individuals dedicated to the advancement of science and technology.

The MicroMAX has expanded...

The Promise of Waterjet Technology for Micromachining

There are numerous compelling benefits of using waterjet technology to produce parts or part features smaller than 300 microns. Developers and researchers are getting close to breaking the barriers that stand in the way of micromachining in the 150- to 200- micron range and below. This research report outlines the issues associated with making very finely detailed parts using the abrasive...

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