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The 2000, 3000, and 4000 series waterjets are the latest additions to the JetCutting lineup from Maxiem, a division of Omax Corp.

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The 2000, 3000, and 4000 series waterjets are the latest additions to the JetCutting lineup from Maxiem, a division of Omax Corp. According to the company, they mimic Omax’s JetMachining centers by incorporating the same 50,000-psi direct-drive pump technology, Intelli-Max Software and Intelli-Trax linear drive technology.
 
Floor- and tank-mounting options expand configuration possibilities and USB ports and power/pause controller interfaces are easy to access, the company says. Other features include high-pressure track plumbing for additional X-axis coverage and compatibility with the DualBridge system, which utilizes two Y bridges to increase productivity.
 

The Maxiem 2000 series features X-Y cutting travel areas ranging from 240" x 80" to 560" × 80". The Maxiem 3000 series offers X-Y cutting travel areas ranging from 160" x 120" to 640" x 120". The 4000 series is the largest of the JetCutting centers. It provides X-Y cutting travel areas ranging from 320" x 160" to 640" x 160". 

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