OMAX Virtual Trade Show to Feature Customer Insights into Waterjet Productivity

Attendees at OMAX Corporation’s “Don’t Take Our Word for It” virtual trade show, scheduled for October 8, 2020, will learn how and why abrasive waterjet technology has become an essential component of versatile productivity for manufacturers in numerous fields. During the event, Eric Vossman, owner of Machine Repair & Design, will host a virtual tour of his shop and share his company’s experiences in using two OMAX JetMachining Centers to fabricate parts from concept to reality for the aerospace, industrial, medical and consumer industries.

In addition to customer-driven insights into the use of abrasive waterjets for a wide variety of production runs, this virtual trade show event will present the advantages of OMAX service and support and provide attendees with online training and maintenance resources to optimize their own processes. Presentations from OMAX Vice President of Sales, Steve Ulmer, and Regional Sales Manager, Greg Smith, will share the many ways that OMAX abrasive waterjets have heightened customers’ manufacturing uptime and responsiveness.

OMAX abrasive waterjet technology enables shops to cut virtually any material with tight tolerances, no heat-affected zones and no extended setup procedures. Vossman’s shop routinely uses abrasive waterjet technology to cut materials ranging from 2024 aluminum alloy to 12-inch-thick Inconel® 625, as well as steels, titanium, plastics, laminates and more. This is the fifth in a series of OMAX virtual trade shows, with a complete library of previous events available at

About OMAX Corporation

Based in Kent, Washington, OMAX Corporation is the global leader in advanced abrasive waterjet systems that cut virtually any material and thickness with unmatched speed and accuracy. Owner of the OMAX and MAXIEM brands, the company provides a comprehensive selection of JetMachining Centers that feature intuitive software controls and incorporate the most efficient pump technology available. In developing its machines, the company designs, manufactures, assembles and tests components as a complete system to ensure optimum performance. The company also has the most comprehensive service and support network in the waterjet industry to keep its customers ahead of the manufacturing curve.

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