OMAX’s GlobalMAX 1508 features a 0.8-by-1.5-meter cutting bed size. Like other OMAX abrasive waterjets, the GlobalMAX can cut almost any material and a wide variety of material thicknesses without any heat-affected zone. COURTESY PHOTO, OMAX

OMAX’s GlobalMAX 1508 features a 0.8-by-1.5-meter cutting bed size. Like other OMAX abrasive waterjets, the GlobalMAX can cut almost any material and a wide variety of material thicknesses without any heat-affected zone. COURTESY PHOTO, OMAX

Kent-based OMAX to showcase full range of waterjets at FABTECH 2019

Show set for Nov. 11-14 in Chicago

  • Wednesday, July 24, 2019 11:02am
  • Business

Kent-based OMAX Corporation will demonstrate the power of abrasive waterjets on four different machine models at FABTECH 2019 in Chicago on Nov. 11-14.

Show attendees can explore each of the OMAX product lines to find out which waterjet is right for their particular applications. In booth A5731 at McCormick Place, OMAX will showcase an OMAX 80X with a Tilt-A-Jet, a MAXIEM 1530 with an A-Jet, a GlobalMAX 1508 and the personal ProtoMAX.

OMAX will also present at FABTECH 2019’s Educational Program on complimentary machining and how adding an abrasive waterjet to a company’s shop floor adds value to the workflow.

OMAX lab specialists Vlad Bucur and Jeff Anheier will present at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 13 at the Education Program on adding an abrasive waterjet to a machine shop. Some of the topics covered will include ease of use, near-net machining, fixturing, as well as an overview on cost-saving techniques made possible by waterjet integration.

Learn more at OMAX.com or connect with the company on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube.




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