OMAX Corp.

Designs and manufactures precision waterjet systems, using the latest technology advancements to deliver faster cutting and decreased downtime. With taper-free and multi-axis cutting capabilities, its easy-to-use machines cut virtually any material, expanding customers' shop capabilities.

21409 72nd Ave. S
Kent, WA 98032 US


A Message from OMAX Corp.

OMAX Corporation Offers Ultra-Precision Abrasive Waterjet Cutting 

OMAX Corporation is the global leader in designing and manufacturing precision engineered, computer-controlled, multi-axis abrasive waterjet systems.

As Seen In CompositesWorld

CAMX 2019 exhibit preview: OMAX
OMAX is demonstrating its compact ProtoMAX abrasive waterjet at its CAMX 2019 booth


OMAX to be acquired by Hypertherm
Hypertherm and OMAX have signed a merger agreement effective in April, combining the companies’ portfolios of waterjet and other industrial cutting technologies.

OMAX’s ProtoMAX waterjet.

CAMX 2018 preview: OMAX
OMAX Corp. (Kent, WA, US) is highlighting its versatile ProtoMAX waterjet, which can cut through a range of materials including fiberglass, phenolic, fiber laminate, carbon fiber and G10 composite.

waterjet pump

OMAX launches 10HP pump for waterjet systems
The company expands its GlobalMAX pump options with a 10HP pump for the GlobalMAX JetMachining Centers.

Carving a niche via the new, the different and the difficult
Van Horn Aviation seized a real opportunity in helicopter blades, with little composites acumen but big desire. The rest is history worth reading.

OMAX waterjet brings success to one-man machine shop
RPM has been waterjet cutting a lot of composites, to the point that the company has gained a reputation as a composite cutting specialist.

GlobalMAX 1530 waterjet

OMAX hosts demo center in Shanghai
OMAX Corp. is featuring its GlobalMAX 1530 and ProtoMAX abrasive waterjets at the AMT Shanghai Technology and Service Center.

OMAX ProtoMAX compact waterjet cutting machine.

OMAX introduces ProtoMAX small-scale waterjet cutter
OMAX Corp. (Kent, WA, US) has developed ProtoMAX, a compact, self-installed, abrasive waterjet cutting system for prototyping and relatively low volume cutting of almost any material of less than 50 mm thick.

OMAX material samples

CAMX 2017 preview: OMAX
OMAX Corp. (Kent, WA, US) is highlighting the benefits and advantages of its abrasive waterjets to machine composites and advanced other materials.

MicroMAX waterjet

OMAX produces new micro abrasive waterjet technology
The National Science Foundation funding helped accelerate OMAX’s efforts in the development of the MicroMAX JetMachining Center, capable of cutting extremely small parts from virtually any material.

OMAX Corp. expands training center
The new classroom provides additional space for training that takes customers step-by-step through the process of making parts.

JEC Europe 2015: Product and exhibit previews
The world's largest composites trade show, JEC Europe, is coming up next week, March 10-12 in Paris, France. CW received from some exhibitors a preview of the products and technologies that they will have on exhibit at the show.

JEC Europe 2015 preview: OMAX
OMAX (Kent, WA, US) will feature its 60120 JetMachining waterjet cutting center, which can cut complex parts measuring up to 1.5m by 3.0m, including advanced composites, exotic alloys, glass, traditional metals, rubber and stone.

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

Rail car doors: Waterjet cutter shapes panels with precision
When GFMI Aerospace & Defense (Fountain Valley, Calif.) was approached with the task of cutting hundreds of glass fiber/epoxy panels for use in the manufacture of rail car doors, it relied on a waterjet cutting system supplied by OMAX Corp. (Kent, Wash.).

Cutting train doors with precision
GFMI Aerospace & Defense uses waterjet cutting technology to produce glass fiber/epoxy door panels for a major rail car manufacturer.

Product Categories of OMAX Corp.

Auxiliary processing equipment, repair equipment, and supplies
  • Auxiliary processing equipment
    • Drilling and cutting tools
    • Waterjet machining equipment
  • Additive manufacturing/3D printing systems
    • Other additive manufacturing