Plasma, waterjet and software products from Hypertherm at FABTECH Canada

May 23, 2024 - 07:30am
Hypertherm's Maxiem 1530

Hypertherm Associates, a U.S.-based manufacturer of industrial cutting products and software, is gearing up for FABTECH Canada 2024, a metal forming, fabricating, welding and finishing event. The company’s Hypertherm plasma and OMAX waterjet cutting technology brands will be on display at the company's booth at the Toronto Congress Centre event from June 11-13.

 MAXIEM Waterjet showing MAKE software for waterjet cutting
 Top: Maxiem 1530 abrasive waterjet. Above: MAXIEM Waterjet showing MAKE software for waterjet cutting.

The combined booth of Hypertherm and OMAX technology brands, located at Booth 7050, will provide visitors with the just released plasma products plus a comprehensive range of plasma and waterjet products. The complete Powermax SYNC family will be featured, including the new Powermax45 SYNC and the newest member of the Hypertherm XPR family will be revealed at the show. The booth will also feature a Downdraft Table, Track Burner and Downdraft video. The OMAX product on display will be the MAXIEM 1530 with a 40 hp pump. Other products in the booth include the Powermax 30XP, Robotmaster offline programming software for robots and ProNest CAD/CAM nesting software. 

“We are really looking forward to having our newest. highly anticipated plasma products on display so our visitors can learn about them firsthand. Plus, our booth enables visitors to compare a variety of the latest and best-in-class plasma and waterjet cutting technologies along with CAD/CAM and robotic programming software all in one location.” said Stephen Bruner, Hypertherm Associates director of marketing and revenue operations for the Americas.” Anyone that stops by will be able to meet with our knowledgeable team enabling them to make the best decisions for their business.”

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Hypertherm's ProNest 2025.


Related Glossary Terms

  • waterjet cutting

    waterjet cutting

    Fine, high-pressure (up to 50,000 psi or greater), high-velocity jet of water directed by a small nozzle to cut material. Velocity of the stream can exceed twice the speed of sound. Nozzle opening ranges from between 0.004" to 0.016" (0.l0mm to 0.41mm), producing a very narrow kerf. See AWJ, abrasive waterjet.


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