Micromachining Advancements to be Unveiled at MD&M Chicago 2013
Through significant investments in research and development, OMAX Corporation has made great strides in micro-abrasive waterjet technology, targeting manufacturers that produce parts or part features smaller than 300 microns. The company will spotlight some of its recent micromachining achievements in booth 1509 at MD&M Chicago, taking place Sept. 10 – 12 at the McCormick Place.
Ideal for the medical industry, the high precision 7/15 Mini MAXJET5i nozzle is one example of how OMAX is at the forefront of micro-abrasive waterjet technology. The nozzle accurately cuts delicate, complex patterns in parts made from virtually any type of material, such as the machining of a titanium-based orthopedic surgical implant for human bone repair. The 7/15 Mini MAXJET5 features a 0.007” orifice and 0.015” mixing tube combination, forming an extremely fine jet stream that can produce a kerf as small as 0.015”.
For more information, visit www.omax.com .