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A Message from OMAX Corporation
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Omax Virtual Event to Highlight Customer Success Stories
Omax’s next virtual trade show, which is titled, “Don’t Take Our Word For It,” will show how abrasive waterjets have heightened customers’ manufacturing uptime and responsiveness.
Omax Launches Omax TV
The new website currently houses more than 50 videos demonstrating abrasive waterjet technology, waterjet applications and materials capabilities.
Omax To Hold Virtual Waterjet Trade Show
The May 28 virtual event will enable attendees to learn about the company’s waterjet technology while practicing safe social distancing.
CNC Machining and Motorsports
Have a look at some of the new manufacturing equipment spotted in “Machinery Row” at the recent Performance Racing Industry Show.
Omax Promotes General Manager and VP of Sales
Omax now has a new general manager and vice president of sales.
March 2019 Product Spotlight: Laser and Waterjet
This month’s Modern Equipment Review Spotlight focuses on laser and waterjet fabrication technologies.
Omax to Become Subsidiary of Hypertherm
Hypertherm does not plan to make significant changes to Omax’s operations, management structure or distribution channels.
Small Waterjet Operates Quietly in Machine Shop Support Role
Eastec 2019: Omax will present the ProtoMax designed to cut through nearly any material, including aluminum, titanium, stone, carbon fiber and G10 composite.
10-hp Waterjet Pump Delivers 30,000 psi for Cutting
Omax has expanded its GlobalMax pump series with a 10-hp version for its GlobalMax JetMachining waterjet machines.
Omax Emphases How Waterjet Complements Machining
Abrasive waterjet cutting specialist Omax Corp. is featuring its latest advancements, designed to meet a variety of manufacturing and educational needs, including live demonstrations in its booth and in the Smartforce Student Summit.
Omax Celebrates Anniversary, New Products at Open House
The manufacturer of waterjet cutting solutions marked its 25 years in business with demonstrations of its products, including new additions that have enabled the company to expand its reach.
Waterjet System Designed for Prototyping, Personal Use
IMTS 2018: Omax’s ProtoMax personal abrasive waterjet system is a self-installed cutting system for prototyping and low-volume cutting of material 1" thick.
March 2018 Product Spotlight: Laser and Waterjet
This month’s Modern Equipment Review Spotlight focuses on laser equipment and waterjet machinery.
Compact Abrasive Waterjet Cuts Most Inch-Thick Materials
Omax’s ProtoMax abrasive waterjet is a compact, self-installed cutting system for prototyping and low-volume cutting of almost any material around 1" thick.
The Personal Waterjet Cutting System Is a Natural Development
Much like what is happening with desktop 3D printing, Omax has developed a way to bring the versatility, capability and simplicity of waterjet cutting to a broader spectrum of users.
What We Learned at Westec 2017
Westec offered a useful mix of emerging technology and practical applications. This slide show reflects this mix in its eclectic coverage of what exhibitors had to offer.
A Waterjet Machining Center that Fits
At first, abrasive waterjet machines were naturally at home in the fabricating shop. Today, certain models resemble a typical, fully enclosed CNC machine and they fit well in a machining job shop setting.
Omax Engineer Receives Fellowship from American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Darren L. Stang received the fellowship award for his leadership in the area of high-pressure technology in ASME’s Pressure Vessel and Piping (PVP) Division.
Growing the Waterjet Job Shop
The flexibility, capability and precision of the abrasive waterjet cutting process was the perfect match for this entrepreneur’s imagination, drive and boldness.
Under a Wing
The inspiration for this column came to me in the parking lot behind an extraordinary high school, where I learned about an extraordinary teaching lab.
Waterjet Cuts Delicate, Complex Patterns
Omax’s MicroMax JetMachining Center is capable of cutting micron-level parts or features from materials including exotic metals, composites, polymer thermoplastics and glass.