Often neglected in the push to get more parts of higher quality off the cutting table per shift are the very components that generate the high temperature plasma cutting arc. Up to 40 percent of the torch consumable parts that are typically scrapped can often be re-used with excellent cut quality.
The SGX automated plasma and oxy-fuel cutting machine is ideal for the small fabricator needing to cut high volumes of mild steel parts with a minimal investment in capital and floor space.
By following these simple guidelines, using the right machine for your application and mastering some tricks of the trade, you should see increased precision and quality in your plasma cutting process.
What if you could get real time orchestration between the power source, the accessories connected to it and all of the other key elements of your cutting system?
Evolving from a rough and cranky process to a reliable and productive technology, high-density plasma cutting has become a metal fabricating success story.
All seven of their New Hampshire manufacturing locations are now designated Voluntary Protection Program Star worksites by OSHA.
They report progress on their social and environmental goals.
Their new 5-axis high definition plasma cutting system will produce smooth edges and cleaner finished parts.
Take a closer look at some of the metal forming and fabrication technologies that will be exhibited November 16-18 on the show floor in Las Vegas.
Messer Cutting Systems offers the MetalMaster Xcel, the MetalMaster 2.0, and the MetalMaster Evolution unitized cutting machine with The Slagger to increase shop production and save costly secondary operations.
Ideal for steel fabrication used in HVAC manufacturing, the Plasma RED “plug and play” plasma cutting system from Soitaab cuts ferrous, steel and aluminum materials in thin to medium thick plate sizes up to 2 m wide and 6 m long.