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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Save Time and Resources with the OMAX Service Program

Regular preventive maintenance will ensure years of trouble-free waterjet operation. Like any other piece of machinery, the pumps, high-pressure lines, swivels and belts inside your abrasive waterjet need some extra attention from time to time to keep everything in optimal working order. If you have the know-how, equipment and additional man hours, this routine maintenance can be done in-house...

Buying a Waterjet with Free Money

Whether you are starting your business or expanding your shop floor, purchasing new equipment always involves the question of cost. But … what if you could get free money to pay for your equipment?

We often think of grants as being used for schools and students, as well as in scientific research. (If you are associated with a school, please contact OMAX for education packages.) However...

Dear current and future OMAX customers

Following the close of a transaction to merge OMAX Corporation into Hypertherm earlier this year, we are busy integrating the two companies using a process expected to span 18 to 24 months. The number one priority of this integration is to add value to both enterprises for employees, Customers, channel partners, suppliers, and prospects. If it does not add value, we will not do it.


OMAX Announces Two Promotions within Management Team

KENT, Wash., April, 23rd 2019 – OMAX Corporation is excited to announce two changes to our management team. Mike Ruppenthal has been promoted from Vice President of North American Sales to OMAX’s General Manager. Steve Ulmer has been promoted from Vice President of International Sales to Vice President of Sales.

For the past seven years, Ruppenthal has served as OMAX’s VP of North...

OMAX plans to join forces with Hypertherm, strengthening its waterjet industry leadership position

KENT, Wash. and HANOVER, N.H.—Mar. 20, 2019—OMAX Corporation, a manufacturer of abrasive waterjet systems, plans to join forces with Hypertherm, a U.S.-based manufacturer of industrial cutting systems and software, following the signing of a definitive merger agreement that establishes OMAX as a wholly owned subsidiary of Hypertherm. Upon the closing of the transaction, expected on or around...

Flashback with 1990s OMAX Instructional Video

OMAX abrasive waterjet has always been a pioneer in precisions material cutting. Check out this promotional video from the mid-90s showcasing the classic OMAX Model 2448 Precision Jet System.

OMAX Abrasive Waterjets: Still in Washington State

In 1993, OMAX Corp. started in Washington State. Twenty-five years later, OMAX is still there. This doesn’t mean the headquarters is located in the Pacific Northwest and the production is spread to whatever country can make the product the cheapest, no. OMAX can proudly say that virtually everything they fabricate, construct, and program is done right at home.  


Creating a Technical Support Report

OMAX’s co-founder and CEO, Dr. John Cheung, has always expressed after-sales service as a touchtone of the OMAX experience. As part of your OMAX abrasive waterjet purchase, you have complete access to OMAX’s superior customer support. From software installation issues to question on cutting methods, our staff is trained to answer any and all questions that you may have.

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