March 25, 2012
Students of the engineering physics program at the University of British Columbia (UBC) in Vancouver, BC, are highly focused on advancing science through new, high-tech inventions, and are using an OMAX waterjet technology to fabricate the precision parts that bring student creations to life.
March 11, 2012
by Dirk Ott, vice president, Global Plasma Automation, Thermadyne Industries
If you cut the same shape repeatedly, have a high degree of rework, spend a lot of time grinding or need “weld ready” cut parts, it’s time to automate. Here are six tips to facilitate the transition:
February 28, 2012
By Mary Scianna
ABC Metal Fabricators (a fictitious company) set up shop last year with the intention of automating down the road when business picked up. The company purchased a laser cutting machine and hired an operator to load and unload the system.
January 25, 2012
Fabricating Automation: Prima Power Customer Profile Wood Stone Corp.
December 29, 2011
Is ultra-high pressure waterjet cutting right for you?
by Jim Barnes
Since its introduction in the early 1970s, waterjet cutting has seen steady increases in pressure. Conventional systems today typically run at 60,000 psi, and many users are adopting ultra-high pressure systems running at 90,000 psi and more. How much pressure is enough?