Plasma Cutting

Alone or assisted with water, plasma has proven itself to be one of the most efficient cutting processes for sheet, plate, tube, pipe, and profiles. Search this technology area for information on equipment, cutting tips, and gases.

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Stainless steel water coolers provide long-term cooling in GTAW, GMAW, and plasma cutting applications - TheFabricator.com

Stainless steel water coolers provide long-term cooling in GTAW, GMAW, and plasma cutting applications

June 27, 2011

Weldcraft offers six models of stainless steel water coolers, designed to provide consistent, long-term cooling in GTAW, GMAW, and plasma cutting applications. Each of the water coolers is available in 115- and 230-V models and operates on single-phase power. The 2500SS and 2502SS water coolers...

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Retrofit torch, consumable line expanded - TheFabricator.com

Retrofit torch, consumable line expanded

June 20, 2011

Hypertherm has expanded its line of Duramax™ retrofit torches and consumables. The torches now are approved for use on the company's Powermax1650®, and a new straight torch joins the previously released 75-degree hand torch and convertible machine torch. The straight torch, designed...

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Thermadyne announces consolidation of New Hampshire manufacturing operations

June 15, 2011

Thermadyne Holdings Corp. has announced that it is relocating the manufacturing operations of Thermal Dynamics, its wholly, owned subsidiary and manufacturer of plasma cutting and welding equipment located in West Lebanon, New Hampshire, to its other North American facilities. Engineering,...

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Thermadyne appoints senior product line manager - TheFabricator.com

Thermadyne appoints senior product line manager

June 3, 2011

Paul Eckhoff has joined Thermadyne®, St. Louis, a global manufacturer and marketer of metal cutting and welding products, as a senior product line manager for manual plasma cutting products. In this position, he plans and implements strategies to help the company compete globally and achieve...

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Plasma beveling

Plasma beveling: What can today's machines deliver?

June 2, 2011

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Plasma beveling technology has progressed in recent years to the point where the degree of taper has been reduced greatly and the ability to achieve predictable results, cut after cut, is possible. Having said that, a knowledgeable equipment operator can have a tremendous impact on optimizing the equipment's performance.

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Plasma cutting technology for mild steel introduced - TheFabricator.com

Plasma cutting technology for mild steel introduced

May 16, 2011

Kjellberg Finsterwalde has introduced Contour Cut plasma cutting technology for mild steel on its HiFocus plasma cutting systems with PerCut 200/210 and PerCut 440/450 plasma torches. On small inside and outside contours, small webs, and other fine contours, angular deviation varies between 2...

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Hypertherm to hold educational event May 26 at Houston's Lone Star College

May 3, 2011

Hypertherm is hosting an advanced plasma cutting educational event at Lone Star College in Houston from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. May 26. Free for end users, the event will cover topics such as: How to become more productive and profitable Tips to extend consumables life and get the best cut every time...

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Plasma, oxyfuel machine designed for cutting over large working areas - TheFabricator.com

Plasma, oxyfuel machine designed for cutting over large working areas

April 25, 2011

ESAB Cutting Systems has introduced the Sabre DXG heavy-duty cutting machine for high-production plasma and oxyfuel cutting over large working areas. The modular machine features a high-stiffness welded beam assembly with dual linear ways, digital AC drives, and heavy-duty gearboxes. The gantry...

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Plasma machine cuts up to 0.75-in.-thick material

March 29, 2011

Thermal Dynamics®, a Thermadyne® brand, has expanded its True series of plasma cutting machines with the addition of the Cutmaster® 42. The lightweight, portable machine delivers 27 amps of output power on 120-V input and 40 amps on 230-V input. It can cut up to 0.75-in.-thick material....

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Plasma torches now available for upgrade

February 28, 2011

Hypertherm has announced that its Duramax™ torch series now is available for upgrade on its Powermax1000® and Powermax1250® plasma systems. The torches use a new Conical Flow™ nozzle and spring electrode to help increase consumable life up to 55 percent, according to the company. They are...

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What if you could significantly improve hole quality without operator intervention 5-20-10

Date: May 20, 2010

Sponsored by Hypertherm Inc.

Length: 60:00

Hypertherm invites you to learn how True Hole™ technology significantly improves plasma hole quality – without the need for operator intervention.

Hypertherm receives OSHA STAR safety status

January 10, 2011

Hypertherm has been selected as a STAR worksite by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA's) Voluntary Protection Program (VPP). The program recognizes organizations that have outstanding safety and health practices. Organizations must maintain injury and illness rates that are...

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Two Lincoln Electric employees elected to AWS 2010 Class of Counselors

December 6, 2010

Lincoln Electric's Richard J. Seif and David Fink have been elected to the 2010 Class of Counselors of the American Welding Society (AWS). The two were honored at the 2010 FABTECH® Intl., held in Atlanta, and inducted during the AWS annual business meeting on Nov. 1. The election as an AWS...

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Steelmax Tools, Fab Tool Technologies merge

November 15, 2010

Steelmax Tools LLC, Centennial, Colo., has acquired Fab Tool Technologies LLC, Bridgeville, Pa., and merged it into Steelmax. All employees of Fab Tool Technologies have joined the Steelmax team. The combined company, which operates as Steelmax Tools LLC, produces and distributes fabrication tools...

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Plasma cutting system eliminates divots in small holes

November 15, 2010

SigmaTEK Systems and ITT Corp.'s Shape Cutting Division are combining their technologies to produce the UltraSharp plasma cutting system. SigmaNEST HDX-enabled nesting software processes parts specifically for precision plasma cutting. It assigns lead-ins and lead-outs to each part to eliminate...

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