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OMAX Corp. has expanded its line of MAXIEM JetMachining waterjet machining centers.

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OMAX Corp. (Kent, WA, US) has expanded its line of MAXIEM JetMachining waterjet machining centers. The first five models in the next-generation MAXIEM JetMachining Center product line were introduced in April 2014 to meet customer demands for cost-efficient, high-performance waterjet cutting technology with more productivity enhancing features. The lineup now comprises eight models including the new 2060, 2080, and 3060 JetMachining Centers.

The 2060 and 2080 models are designed for a range of modern large format machining of parts up to 6 ft 7 inches wide by 20 ft 6 inches long and 27 ft 2 inches long, respectively. The 3060 JetMachining Center boasts a wider work envelope, ideal for machining of a wide range of materials and thicknesses, from metals and composites to glass and plastics. This machine features a Y cutting travel of 10 ft 2 inches.

These JetMachining Centers also feature OMAX’s Intelli-TRAX linear drive system that uses brushless servomotors, integrated servodrives and high precision linear encoders that provide constant and continuous feedback on the actual position of the cutting head. In addition to increased part cutting accuracy, the advanced drive system delivers faster and smoother motion.

The all-in-one Windows 8 controllers on the MAXIEM machines come pre-loaded with the OMAX Intelli-MAX Software Suite. The Intelli-MAX software, says OMAX, makes it easy to generate complex geometries and produce quality parts from virtually any type of material. 

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