8/6/2009

Abrasive Waterjet

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OMAX (Kent, WA) offers MAXIEM, a new brand of waterjets.

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OMAX (Kent, WA) offers MAXIEM, a new brand of waterjets. Manufactured entirely in the U.S., this new line of machines integrates proven technologies in a cost-efficient package to provide users with an affordable, highly productive solution.

Due to the differing specifications of MAXIEM machine, the line will not directly compete with OMAX products and is instead intended to broaden the market for abrasive waterjets. The MAXIEM line of machines is ideal for fabrication shops, metal service centers, trade schools, job shops, architectural, sign, stone and gasket shops.

The first MAXIEM waterjet released is the 1530MX. Designed for the production of large parts or multiple parts from large stock, the machine productively cuts a wide variety of materials, including metal, plastic, glass, ceramics, stone and composites. The machine’s 50,000 psi pump is available in 20 and 30 horsepower options. All MAXIEM waterjets will feature Intelli-MAX® Basic, a control containing the core functionality of OMAX’s critically acclaimed software, as well as the patent-pending X and Y-axis Traction Drive System designed to handle an abrasive environment.

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