Today’s high definition plasma systems are capable of cutting metal up to 6 inches thick.
A tungsten electrode and “stack up” from 1970’s (top) and modern hafnium electrode (bottom).
Today’s high-definition plasma systems provide good-quality cuts and fast cut speeds, while also delivering long consumable life.
There are two ways to maximize consumables life and lower the operating cost of an automated plasma cutter.
Advances in technology that affect cut quality, productivity and cost per foot of cut
Low cost plasma systems – ready to assemble
Can a CNC-plasma system that’s less than $10,000 work for your shop?
When purchasing a plasma system, there can be a considerable amount of confusion as to what a company really needs.