There’s More to MAXIEM’s Value than its Good Price

We designed the MAXIEM line with quality and value in mind. We at OMAX wanted it to be an accessible, cost-effective line so that those shop owners and metalworkers who thought they’d never be able to afford water jet technology could use it, after all.

And what we ended up with is a group of products so great, they’re starting a bit of a revolution in the industry. The MAXIEM line of waterjet cutting machines is in such demand that we’re in the process of adding multiple new models to the line. Certainly keeps me busy.

Part of the appeal of the MAXIEM waterjet product line is its proven, cost-effective package; no other line provides users with such an affordable, highly-production solution for part production. In addition, we perform a ballbar test on each customer order and perform a test run in our production facility before shipping the model to you. And customers love knowing that MAXIEM machines are backed by the highest number of technicians per machine based on units in the field.

And another part of its value quotient is that customers would expect to pay more for the line’s quality and precision. And by adding any number of accessories, you can do even more with your MAXIEM. You can add them to your new machine when you place your order or years afterwards — just one more way MAXIEM helps you stay competitive.

Finally, one of the MAXIEM line’s key design elements is the first industrial, patented Intelli-TRAX® linear drive technology, designed to offer superior performance in a harsh abrasive waterjet cutting environment.

It’s nice to know that when you build a great line of machines, they get noticed. But even better, they get used.

Brian Guglielmetti is MAXIEM’s senior engineering designer.

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