Hypertherm introduces new virtual event hub

November 12, 2020 7:30 pm

HANOVER, N.H.—Hypertherm, a U.S. based manufacturer of industrial cutting systems and software, is introducing the Hypertherm Connection Hub, a new virtual event platform, to provide access to live product demonstrations, learning opportunities, and conversations with Hypertherm plasma, waterjet, and software experts.

The first event takes place on November 17. Hypertherm’s OMAX Corporation will present two live webcasts. The first event, airing from locations in both Illinois and Washington state, will provide an in-depth look at the OMAX JetMachining Center, while the second will broadcast from the OMAX Demonstration Lab. Experts will take attendees through the process of drawing, posting, and cutting parts, and demonstrate the versatility of waterjet by cutting two materials at once.

Different by Design: What Makes OMAX an Exceptional OEM

11/17 at 9am PDT

Learn what makes OMAX the premier abrasive waterjet manufacturer. Hosted by OMAX VP of Sales Steve Ulmer and simultaneously airing from Innovate Technologies in St Charles, Illinois and OMAX in Kent, Washington, learn what makes OMAX the premier abrasive waterjet manufacturer. Attendees of the webinar will be treated to an in-depth look at the OMAX JetMachining center with a piece-by-piece explanation. Additionally, viewers will get a brief tour of OMAX’s facility where everything is made under one roof. Finally, we’ll discuss aftermarket service with our in-house experts.


From Concept to Creation: OMAX Waterjet Ease and Versatility

11/17 at 11am PDT

Learn about versatility of waterjet cutting when out team cuts two different materials at the same time. Broadcast from OMAX Demonstration Lab in Kent, Washington, experience the power of OMAX waterjets. Our Demo Team will take viewers through the process of drawing, posting and cutting parts. See the ease-of-use as our team programs the part as you watch.



Other planned events include demonstrations of X-Definition plasma, examples of different air plasma applications, a webcast on how to reduce the operating cost of a plasma system, and a webcast that compares plasma with oxyfuel cutting. Hypertherm will present this last event in separate English and Spanish-language sessions.

Individuals interested in exploring the many free offerings or registering for an event can do so at www.hypertherm.com.


Hypertherm engineers and manufactures industrial cutting products used by companies around the world to build ships, airplanes, and railcars, construct steel buildings, manufacture heavy equipment, and more. Its products include cutting systems, CNCs, and software trusted for performance and reliability that result in increased productivity and profitability for hundreds of thousands of businesses. Founded in 1968 and based in New Hampshire, Hypertherm is a 100 percent Associate-owned company, employing more than 1,800 Associates, with operations and partner representation worldwide. Learn more at www.hypertherm.com.

Contact: Michelle Avila at 603-643-3441 or [email protected]

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