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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Hand-held air plasma cutting system designed for heavy fabrication

September 11, 2007

Miller Electric Mfg. Co. has introduced the Spectrum® 1251 air cutting and gouging system, designed for hand-held and automated cutting in heavy fabrication, manufacturing, demolition, and...

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Control upgrade kit for cutting systems offered

September 11, 2007

ProMotion® Controls Inc. has introduced an HS-862 upgrade kit for its older shape-cutting controls. The kit, designed to provide optimal Windows® operation, increases controller clock speed of...

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Portable shape-cutting machine has 20-shape memory

September 11, 2007

The modular drive, programmable shape machine from Bug-O Systems Inc. is a compact shape-cutting machine designed to run any shape or pattern. The machine—which can be used for flame cutting,...

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W.A. Whitney names distributors

September 11, 2007

W.A. Whitney, a division of MegaFab, Rockford, Ill., has appointed Weller Machinery Co. as exclusive distributor for its fabricating machines in Wisconsin and named Capital Machine Technologies as its...

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MG Systems and Welding announces vice president, marketing

September 11, 2007

MG Systems and Welding Inc., Menomonee Falls, Wis., a manufacturer of thermal cutting machines, has promoted Ronald Schneider to vice president of marketing. He is responsible for all of the company's...

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CNC Plasma

Improvements to CNC plasma technology

September 11, 2007

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Continued improvements to CNC plasma cutting technology have made these units much more adaptable and user friendly. They have also helped improve consistency and cut quality.

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Plasma cutting components

Improving plasma cut quality

September 11, 2007

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By optimizing the performance of each of the plasma cutting system's components, a fabricator can quickly and consistently create high quality parts. The plasma power supply, torch, and lead assembly comprise a plasma cutting system. Robust cutting applications require a mechanized system with an integrated computer numerical control (CNC) and a three-axis configuration with the plasma torch and a torch height control.

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George Conner C & S

Taking waste off the plate

August 8, 2007

C&S Metal Fabricating, Houston, fabricates parts for the oil and petrochemical industry. When it purchased a thermal cutting table with the latest controller technology, it took the unusual step of keeping all nest designs down on the shop floor, not in the front office as many other shops do.

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Hypertherm hires new district sales manager

July 24, 2007

Hypertherm Inc., Hanover, N.H., has added Thomas Hanchette to its North American sales team.Hanchette supports the company's distributors in Nebraska, Kansas, South Dakota, Colorado, and Iowa. He ...

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Plasma cutting system has built-in air compressor

July 10, 2007

Hobart Welding Products has introduced the AirForce™250ci portable plasma cutting system. Featuring a built-in air compressor, the system weighs 27 lbs., half the weight of the company's...

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50-amp plasma cutting consumables offered

July 10, 2007

Hypertherm Inc. has released 50-amp cutting consumables designed to optimize operation when cutting mild steel with thickness between 22 ga. and 5/16 in.The consumables are available for the...

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Mechanized system simplifies air plasma cutting integration

June 12, 2007

Hypertherm®'s PowermaxEDGE® Sensor™ PHC, a combination of the Powermax® G3 Series™ plasma system and the automatic Sensor PHC (plasma height control), is available to...

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MG breaks ground on new addition

June 12, 2007

MG Systems & Welding Inc., Menomonee Falls, Wis., has begun construction of a two-floor addition to the area for its service and accounting departments, adding 4,334 sq. ft. of total space. The...

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Attention, all plasma table shoppers

June 12, 2007

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CNC plasma cutting machines are more affordable and easier to operate than ever before. By knowing the right kind of hardware and software makes sense, a fabricator can choose the equipment that makes the most sense for his operation.

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American Torch Tip buys Precision Products

June 7, 2007

The American Torch Tip Co. (ATTC) has announced that it has purchased the Precision Products Co. of Canaan, N.H.Precision Products specializes in manufacturing plasma torches and consumables used...

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