Abrasive Machining Centers

Two Abrasivejet machining centers from OMAX (Kent, WA) have been introduced.

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Two Abrasivejet machining centers from OMAX (Kent, WA) have been introduced. Ideal for machining large flat parts, the 55100 accommodates sheets of material of up to 5’ x 10’, and can cut complex shapes from metal, plastic, composites and other materials. By eliminating the need for tool changes and complex fixturing, the 55100 can reduce setup times by nearly 50 percent. The 2652 provides a more compact footprint and offers general machine shops an efficient, cost effective means for short-run part production, just-in-time manufacturing, and prototype development. By decreasing setup times to a minimum while achieving reliably fast cutting speeds, the 2652 allows for faster turnaround times. The company’s Windows®-based control software with Intelli-MAX® technologies allows operators to quickly and easily program traditionally complex techniques. Users can machine parts directly from pre-existing CAD drawings or .DXF files, or create drawings via Layout, OMAX’s intuitive, built-in design software.