OMAX Corporation

United States


MD Corporation is the exclusive distributor of OMAX in India, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh. Headquartered in Kent, Washington, USA, OMAX Corporation is the leading producer of high-pressure waterjet machining systems with total focus on the manufacture and support of OMAX JetMachining Centers. OMAX Corporation was established in 1993 to commercialize a new motion control technology that is particularly useful in abrasivejet machining. The founders, Dr. John Olsen and Dr. John Cheung are both leading experts in the field of waterjet technology, and Dr. Olsen developed the first high-pressure intensifier pump in the early 1970's. OMAX has well over 200 man-years of waterjet experience within our organization. OMAX has the industry leading patented abrasivejet controller with a built-in expert system described as ""Compute First--Move Later"". The OMAX software makes it easy to machine precision parts as fast as possible at the lowest cost. This technology uses the computer to calculate the velocity of a tool path at over 2,000 points per inch, allowing complete control over the motion of an abrasivejet, and allowing for precise, rapid machining. OMAX is a leading provider of precision-engineered, computer-controlled, two-axis / three-axis / five-axis and rotary axis abrasivejet systems. OMAX Machine incorporates the most efficient crankshaft high-pressure water pump which saves upto 30% electricity. Abrasive waterjets are used to profitably machine virtually any material. OMAX offers a complete line of machining centers, pumps, controllers, software, and accessories which are developed and manufactured by OMAX. JetMachining is ideal for short-run part production, just-in-time manufacturing, tooling, and prototype part development. It requires no tool changes or complex fixturing, so you can reduce set-up times by at least 50%. OMAX also provides life time free software updates to the original owner of machine.

What is Waterjet Cutting?

Waterjet machining has been around for decades and is one of the fastest growing machining processes today. Its ease of use and its ability to cut almost any material while maintaining high precision make it suitable for a large array of operators, from small short-run job shops and R & D facilities to large corporations engaging in full-scale production to trade schools teaching manufacturing methods.

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