OMAX Corporation announces new demo centre in Shanghai

CiMMay18News - omax
CiMMay18News - omax

OMAX Corporation is featuring its GlobalMAX 1530 and ProtoMAX abrasive waterjets at the AMT Shanghai Technology and Service Centre.

Hands-on software and machine demonstrations as well as application support will be provided by OMAX personnel at the site.

The size and complexity of the China market for abrasive waterjets has prompted OMAX and distribution partner SIMENCO to provide complementary sales and application support. While the AMT Centre features the GlobalMAX and ProtoMAX, OMAX personnel will also support our OMAX and MAXIEM brands.

“We have a wide portfolio of products to address a variety of industries, budgets, and capabilities,” said Steve Ulmer, VP of international sales. “The AMT Technology centre will feature products and personnel to support that portfolio.”

Customers and prospects can experience first-hand how OMAX waterjets are easy to operate. The Intelli-MAX control software was engineered specifically for use with abrasive waterjets and requires no special machine code knowledge to use it. A person unfamiliar with CNC machine operation can learn to cut parts on an OMAX waterjet in just a few hours.



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