At IMTS 2014, OMAX Corporation revealed its new 100-hp direct-drive pump with EnduroMAX technology in Booth #N-6228. Show attendees discovered how the pump provides increased efficiency, improved reliability and lower operating costs by delivering more JetPower at the nozzle, equal to today’s 135-hp intensifier designs.
With its MicroMAX JetMachining Center, OMAX Corporation brings the speed, versatility and accuracy of abrasive waterjet cutting to the production of parts that are smaller than 300 microns and made from a wide range of materials, including exotic metals, advanced composites, polymer thermoplastics and glass.
At the 2014 Global Petroleum Show, June 10-12 at Stampede Park, Calgary, Alberta, OMAX Corporation will showcase its MAXIEM 1530 JetMachining Center paired with an A-Jet 5-axis cutting head and efficient 40 hp direct drive pump in booth 1694.
Hypertherm's Sara Mancell explains how job shop experience informed the development of the company's waterjet system.
KENT, Wash. – OMAX Corporation welcomed nearly 600 customers, friends, family and special guests from across the country at SHAPE THE FUTURE: OMAX’s 20th Anniversary Open House and Technology Event. In addition to live cutting demonstrations and interactive technical sessions, the event featured tours of OMAX’s recently expanded, state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Kent, Wash.
ST. MICHAEL, Minn. – Jet Edge, Inc. announced yesterday that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued the waterjet manufacturer a patent for a high pressure fluid sealing mechanism designed by Jet Edge R&D Engineer Michael Wheeler.
HANOVER, NH, Jan. 2 — Hypertherm, a U.S. based manufacturer of advanced cutting systems, has announced the acquisition of AccuStream, a Minnesota-based manufacturer of waterjet cutting products.
Kent, WA – OMAX Corporation designs, manufactures, markets and supports its abrasive waterjet machines and accessories from its manufacturing facility and corporate headquarters in Kent, Washington. Earlier this month, the company announced the largest expansion of its campus since opening the Kent facility in 1999, adding a new 22,000-square-foot building that will extend OMAX’s training, research and development, and engineering efforts.