Tag: Tilt-A-Jet

Waterjet Cutting of Indiana started with a business plan and an OMAX

Self-starter Armed with only a business plan, a shop owner selects the right machines to take on rising demand BY GRETCHEN SALOIS

Indianapolis, known as the Racing Capital of the World, is the city where competitors burn through parts as quickly as they complete laps. Drivers who complete the course achieve such feats of speed due to carefully engineered and reliably constructed...

Expanding Productivity in India With OMAX JetMachining Centers

When you are at the top of your game and lead the way, it is easy to rest on your laurels and be satisfied with your success. Not so with Techaids in India. Established in 1986, Techaids soon became a world leader in calender bowl manufacturing. A major requirement for paper and textile manufacturing, these calender bowls quickly established Techaids as a world leader in roll manufacturing,...

Finding a Competitive Edge

In 1982, Steve Van Dyke started making parts in the basement of his duplex apartment with a focus on delivering exceptional quality parts with excellent customer service. That business focus was a formula for success and what started out as a solo side job steadily grew into a thriving parts manufacturing company specializing in the production of unique, custom fixtures for the automotive and...

Controlling Taper

Types of Taper Inherent to Waterjet Machining

In waterjet machining, taper refers to a difference in the kerf width at the top of a cut and the kerf width at the bottom of a cut. A typical waterjet cut has a slight taper, the most common type being V-shaped taper.  This type of taper is generated because the jet stream loses some of its cutting energy as it cuts deeper into the material...

OMAX Showcases Latest Advancements in Waterjet Technology at EMO 2015

At EMO MILANO 2015, OMAX Corporation and distributor partner, ITEK VENEZIANO GROUP SRL, jointly showcased the OMAX 60120 and MAXIEM 1515 JetMachining Centers loaded with efficient direct drive pumps, advanced cutting heads and the latest Intelli-MAX Software Suite. Applications experts from both companies were available to discuss the full range of OMAX abrasive waterjet technology available...

OMAX 60120 Represents Premium Waterjet Technology at EMO 2015

At EMO 2015, OMAX® Corporation and distributor partner, ITEK VENEZIANO GROUP SRL, showcased the OMAX 60120 JetMachining® Center with a Tilt-A-Jet® cutting head to demonstrate the value premium abrasive waterjet technology brings to advanced manufacturing environments focused on cutting materials with high speed and precision.

Perfect for high-volume production, the 60120...

OMAX Corporation Demonstrates Tilt-A-Jet Capabilities at WESTEC 2015

At WESTEC 2015, OMAX Corporation demonstrated the advanced automated taper compensation capabilities of its award-winning Tilt-A-Jet cutting head, which are made possible through the company's Intelli-MAX 21 Software Suite for OMAX JetMachining Centers. 

The Tilt-A-Jet accessory enables OMAX machines to achieve virtually zero taper with most materials for the precision cutting...

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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...

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...

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