Tag: Training

Venables Machine Works Trusts Their OMAX 55100 for Quick Turnarounds

Off the Trans-Canada Yellowhead Highway in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Venables Machine Works Limited takes advantage of abrasive waterjet technology to beat tight turnaround times. “Meeting tight delivery deadlines helps promote Venables as a shop that will manufacture on time and on budget,” states Dan Wingerak, Venables’ Shop Manager and Vice President of Operations.

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Fixturing for Abrasive Waterjet Cutting

Why use fixturing? Fixturing refers to holding work material in place while the waterjet cuts parts from it. For most jobs, it's critical that the material doesn't move during cutting, as any movement will affect the precision of the part and can mar the surface. Compared to other cutting methods, the sideways forces of abrasive waterjet cutting are low and the downward force is...

New OMAX Dashboard Gives Customers the Ultimate in Service and Support

KENT, Wash., August 16, 2016 - OMAX Corporation launched its new Digital Customer Dashboard on August 3. This customer-centric digital initiative allows the company to further strengthen its service and support as well as streamline the overall parts-purchasing experience for customers.

OMAX meticulously developed its Customer Dashboard, which features the company's new Marketplace...

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...

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