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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Hypertherm plans two-day training workshops on advanced cutting topics

March 26, 2014

Hypertherm, a Hanover, N.H.-based manufacturer of plasma, laser, and waterjet cutting systems, has announced plans to host two days of live training at Conestoga College in Cambridge, Ont., April 30 and May 1. The workshops will show people how to improve their system performance, material usage,...

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5-axis bevel plasma head cuts up to 2-in.-thick mild steel

March 24, 2014

MultiCam has introduced a new 5-axis bevel plasma head, made with aluminum castings for weight reduction and rigidity. The head’s features help improve crash protection, simplify maintenance, and provide for maximum table coverage, according to the manufacturer. The head moves in the X, Y, and...

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Plasma cutting system delivers increased power while remaining portable

March 17, 2014

Hypertherm has launched the Powermax30® XP plasma cutting system. According to the manufacturer, the system is 50 percent more powerful than its predecessor, yet maintains its light weight and small size. The two-in-one design allows high-power cutting on thick metal and detailed cutting on...

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CNC plasma available in kit form

February 18, 2014

MultiCam offers its V series CNC plasma machine, suitable for entry-level and experienced manufacturers, in kit form. Instructions are provided on DVD, and the machine can be assembled and ready to operate in about 4 to 6 hrs. EZ-G code and EZ-Suite application software, included with all...

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Hypertherm: Powermax125

Hypertherm Inc.

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Hypertherm introduces the Powermax125®, a professional-grade plasma metal cutting and gouging system that works as hard as you do. With the maximum power and performance for air plasma in our line, the Powermax125 severs 57 mm (2-1/4") thick metals at 125 mm/min (5 ipm). With 100% duty cycle and Powermax reliability, it is ready for the most demanding cutting and gouging jobs.

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Hypertherm: True Hole Technology

Hypertherm Inc.

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Patented True Hole® technology for mild steel, as part of Hypertherm's Built for Business Integrated Cutting Solutions, produces significantly better hole quality than what previously possible using plasma. Equally important, True Hole technology is delivered automatically without operator intervention, to produce unmatched hole quality.

MultiCam appoints manufacturing manager

January 31, 2014

Dallas-based MultiCam Inc., a manufacturer of CNC cutting systems, has appointed Mike Boyte to the position of manufacturing manager. He has more than 20 years of manufacturing and quality control experience in industries related to factory automation. Boyte, a certified lean Six Sigma black...

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Hypertherm earns LEED Gold designation for its Lebanon, N.H., facility

January 30, 2014

Hypertherm, a manufacturer of plasma, laser, and waterjet cutting systems based in Hanover, N.H., has announced a LEED® Gold designation for its new manufacturing facility in Lebanon, N.H. The facility is the only one of its kind in the state to receive a Gold or Platinum designation, according...

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ESAB spearheads, implements new ISO standard

January 30, 2014

Florence, S.C.-based ESAB Welding & Cutting Products, a manufacturer of fully integrated cutting systems, has implemented the new European EN ISO standard 17916 for the safety of thermal cutting machines. The company reports that it spearheaded the initiative to establish the new standard, which...

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Hypertherm webinars to cover plasma, laser, waterjet, CAM software

January 29, 2014

Hypertherm, a Hanover, N.H., manufacturer of plasma, laser, and waterjet cutting systems, has announced its 2014 webinar series, a collection of free, educational webinars for fabricators and others who routinely cut metal and other industrial materials. The webinars will feature a number of...

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CNC plasma system made for heavy-duty use

January 27, 2014

MultiCam's new V-PRO CNC plasma system features a standard, heavy-duty, all-steel water table with integrated bladder capable of processing sheet steel up to 1.25 in. thick without the need for fume evacuation. The system comes standard with a 200-amp Hypertherm MaxPro200 power supply,...

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The evolution of plasma cutting

January 17, 2014

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Metal fabricators with plasma cutting equipment that is 10 years or older may be surprised to learn just how far plasma cutting has come. The technology has evolved to the point that outside edges are smoother than ever, and precision holes can be cut to accommodate fasteners.

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Hypertherm transitions to a 100 percent employee-owned company

January 16, 2014

Hypertherm, a manufacturer of plasma, laser, and waterjet cutting systems in Hanover, N.H., has transferred all of its common stock into an employee stock ownership plan (ESOP), making the company 100 percent employee owned under an S-Corporation structure. Previously Hypertherm's ESOP held...

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Hypertherm recognized in New Hampshire as Best Large Company to Work For

December 5, 2013

Hypertherm, a metal cutting system manufacturer based in Hanover, N.H., has been selected as the Best Large Company to Work For in New Hampshire. This is the 11th time Hypertherm has been named to the Best Company list, sponsored by Business NH magazine and New Hampshire Businesses for Social...

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Thermacut updates logo, slogan

December 4, 2013

Thermacut, Claremont, N.H., has announced a change in its logo and slogan to reflect the evolution of its core business. To highlight the introduction of a line of plasma cutting systems for both manual and mechanized plasma processes, and its continued evolvement into a full-line thermal cutting...

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