Bigger Waterjet Machines Meets Demand for Large-Scale Production

June 1, 2015
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OmaxOmax Corp., Kent, WA, has expanded its line of Maxiem JetMachining Centers, for abrasive waterjet cutting, by introducing three larger machine sizes to meet the large-scale production needs of OEMs, metal service centers and fabricators. The new 2060 and 2080 models cut work to 6 ft.-7 in. wide by 20 ft.-6 in. long and 27 ft.-2 in. long, respectively. The Model 3060 boasts a wider work envelope, ideal for machining a range of materials and thicknesses, from metals and composites to glass and plastics. This machine features a Y-axis cutting travel of 10 ft.-2 in. and an X-axis cutting travel of 20 ft.-6 in.

These JetMachining Centers also feature the Omax Intelli-Trax linear drive system that uses brushless servo motors, integrated servo drives and precision linear encoders to provide constant and continuous feedback on cutting-head position.

www.omax.com
Industry-Related Terms: Abrasive, Model
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See also: Omax Corporation

Technologies: Cutting

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