Engineered with 100% duty cycle for heavy-duty automated as well as manual operation, the easy-to-use MAXPRO200 LongLife plasma cutting system from Hypertherm (Hanover, NH) operates with air, oxygen, or nitrogen plasma gas. The fastest cut speeds in its class combined with quick process changes further maximize productivity.
Automatic settings, tool-free leads, and optional quick-disconnect torches enable operators to quickly transition between cutting and gouging and mechanized and handheld processes. Optimized cutting parameters are automatically set and controlled in one step to deliver consistent results without operator intervention. Optional serial communications allow full control of the system from the CNC.
An aggressive pointed geometry that enables the plasma torch to tilt 66.5 degrees makes the company’s extreme bevel consumables ideal for jobs including steep mechanized beveling, tube and pipe cutting, structural steel work, pressure vessel construction, and handheld cutting. It’s also easier for operators to see what they’re cutting and gives them better access to beam flanges and areas with limited clearance for better cuts and fewer secondary operations.
Available for air and oxygen cutting at 130 and 200 amps, the consumables can be purchased separately or as part of a starter kit (part 528058).
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