Beveling With Plasma
Plasma cutting is a method discovered over half a century ago, the commercial use of plasma cutting
started in the beginning of the sixties, however at the time this process was still considered an expensive undertaking.
The process uses a plasma torch which contains a nozzle with a tiny hole (~1mm) through which an inert gas is forced. This gas then becomes charged with an electrical current in order to obtain the fourth state of matter – plasma. Plasma being able to heat up to approximately 29,000 degrees Fahrenheit cuts through metal with shocking speed and ease. Additional gas is used as a protective barrier to shield the cut, delivering a clean and precise edge.
The use of plasma cutter tools provides the ability to cut, bore precise holes and bevel edges in various different ways, a staple in today's industry.
with the use of plasma cutters is performed at the same time the metal is being cut, a definite time and cost savings for the client.
As the plasma cutting technology evolves the speed, effectiveness and quality of produced pieces has increased exponentially, while the manufacturing cost has progressively decreased.
Plasma technology supports multi axis beveling can be applied to the following metals:
Plasma technology is also well suited for cutting painted, rusted or dirty steel – a method indispensible for repairing heavy equipment, equipment maintenance and automotive restoration. Beveling has been also not only applied within the manufacturing industries such as the automotive and military sectors, but also used by artists to shape their works of art out of smaller, portable plasma cutting
The most common industries served by plasma cutting technology are:
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