5/22/2020

Omax To Hold Virtual Waterjet Trade Show

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The May 28 virtual event will enable attendees to learn about the company’s waterjet technology while practicing safe social distancing. 

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OMAX will be exhibiting new technology at IMTS 2020 in Chicago this September.

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Omax Corp. will host a virtual trade show May 28 at 9 a.m. PT featuring the company’s latest abrasive waterjet cutting technologies. Attendees will view waterjet systems in operation as well as learn about the technology, its capabilities, benefits and applications while practicing social distancing from the safety of their homes or offices.

Scheduled presenters include:

  • Vlad Bucur, application lab supervisor
  • Greg Smith, regional sales manager
  • Steve Ulmer, vice president of sales

The company will broadcast the event from its demonstration lab and show attendees how to create a part in minutes using an abrasive waterjet, demonstrating how the technology can fit into a shop’s workflow. A panel of technical experts will also be available to answer questions.

During the event, the company will also spotlight its IntelliMax Premium software, which comes standard with Omax waterjets. 

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