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KENT, Wash., April 6th, 2021– Waterjet has many uses, from fabrication to education, aerospace to jewelry, television, movies, and everything in between. Join OMAX in their next virtual event, “The Versatile World of Waterjet” as they explore the many roles waterjet plays and where it shows up in unexpected places, many of which even experienced waterjet users may not be aware of.

The 1-hour virtual event will be streaming on May 20th at three times: 8am, 11am, and 5pm PDT. Each showing will be exactly the same as the others.

Due to the versatility of cutting with abrasive and the ease-of-use of OMAX's software, OMAX brand waterjets are in a wide variety of industries. During the presentation, OMAX will be taking you into four different waterjet user’s shop.

  • Showman Fabricators – A New Jersey based shop using their OMAX 80X® to fabricate television, movie and theater sets as well as interactive installations for stores and museums.
  • Mitchell Larsen Studio – From Christiansted, Virgin Islands, this glass studio uses their ProtoMAX® to cut blanks for flatware, Christmas ornaments, and art pieces.
  • Trupart Manufacturing - Using two OMAX waterjets and 3D printers, this Venture, California company prototypes and fabricates nearly everything from every material available.
  • Holly Yashi – Out of Arcata, California, this boutique jewelry creator has pioneered into new and exciting material with their OMAX 2652®. 

To sign up for the event visit OMAX: https://www.omax.com/virtual-trade-shows/versatile-world-waterjet

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