The plasma technology allows cutting of thin thicknesses up to 80mm for steel and up to 160mm for stainless steel.
It also allows the cutting of stainless steel materials, electric current conductors such as: non alloyed and strongly alloyed steels, nickel, copper, brass, bronze and aluminium. This technique precision is very valuable.
Thanks to localized melting, the distortion is lower and allows a precision around 0,1mm. This process consists in heating up to fusion temperature the whole of the thickness to be cut. The material is thus cleaved in the cutting split and dispelled by the plasma jet.
The process offers particularly important advantages thanks to the straightness of the heat-affected zone and high cutting speeds.
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