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  Plasma Cutting: Determining if it's Right for You and What to Look for in a Machine | Lincoln Electric
In simplest terms, plasma cutting is a process that uses a high velocity jet of ionized gas that is delivered from a constricting orifice.
Plasma cutting is typically easier for the novice to master, and on thinner materials, plasma cutting is much faster than oxyfuel cutting.
The plasma cutting machines are typically more expensive than oxyacetylene, and also, oxyacetylene does not require access to electrical power or compressed air which may make it a more convenient method for some users.
www.lincolnelectric.com /knowledge/articles/content/plasma.asp   (3019 words)

 Stainless Plate Products - White Paper, Plasma Cutting
A plasma jet can either be operated in the transferred mode, where the power supply is connected between the electrode and the workpiece, or in the nontransferred mode where the power supply is connected between the electrode and the nozzle.
Although a stream of hot plasma emerges from the nozzle in both modes of operation, the transferred mode is always used in plasma cutting because the usable heat input is most efficiently applied when the arc is in electrical contact with the workpiece.
An important property of these cuts is that when viewed in the direction of the cut, as shown in Figure 6, the right side of the kerf is square and the left side of the kerf is slightly beveled.
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 Plasma cutting history
Although a stream of hot plasma emerges from the nozzle in both modes of operation, the transferred mode is invariably used in plasma cutting because the usable heat input to the workpiece is more efficiently applied when the arc is in electrical contact with the workpiece.
Finally, when cutting in water, some water surrounding the cut zone is disassociated into oxygen and hydrogen, and the freed oxygen has a tendency to combine with the molten metal from the cut (especially aluminum and other light metals) to form metal oxide, which leaves free hydrogen gas in the water.
Plasma arc cutting was finally accepted as the new method for metal cutting and considered a valuable tool in all segments of the modern metalworking industry.
www.hypertherm.com /technology/plasma_history.htm   (4390 words)

 Farr | Gold Series Applications - Plasma Cutting
Plasma cutters are available in portable units much like an acetylene torch as well as CNC controlled plasma tables.
The plasma cutter is mounted to a gantry that positions and moves the plasma head to cut the desired pattern in the metal.
As the metal being cut is part of the circuit, the electrical conductivity of the plasma causes the arc to transfer to the work.
www.farrapc.com /gold_series/plasma_cutting.php   (998 words)

 Plasma cutting - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Plasma cutting is a process used to cut steel and other metals (or sometimes other materials) using a plasma torch.
Plasma cutters use a number of methods to start the pilot arc, depending on the environment the unit is to be used in and its age.
Plasma gouging is a related process, typically performed on the same equipment as plasma cutting.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Plasma_cutting   (846 words)

 Tech Tips for Plasma Cutting
Plasma arc cutting is a process in which an open arc, much like TIG welding, can be constricted by passing through a small nozzle, or orifice, from the electrode to the work -- piece.
A properly installed air plasma arc cutting setup is safer than oxyfuel gas cutting because there is a chance of flashbacks and the danger of flammable gases in exposed hoses with oxyfuel torches.
Plasma cutting also is easier for hole piercing due to the plasma jet.
archive.metalformingmagazine.com /1996/12/6mfdec10.htm   (1719 words)

 Laser cutting vs. plasma cutting - standard metal cutting processes
Plasma (arc) cutting was developed in the 1950s for cutting of metals that could not be flame cut, such as stainless steel, aluminum and copper.
The plasma arc cutting process uses electrically conductive gas to transfer energy from an electrical power source through a plasma cutting torch to the material being cut.
The temperature of the plasma arc melts the metal and pierces through the workpiece while the high velocity gas flow removes the molten material from the bottom of the cut, or the kerf.
www.teskolaser.com /laser_cutting2.html   (598 words)

 Plasma Cutting
Plasma cutting, which is an electrical/thermal process, utilizes a highly constricted arc surrounded by a swirled column of ionized gas.
Plasma's most obvious advantage is its ability to cut all electrically conductive metals, including stainless steel and aluminum.
Users of plasma are also quick to point out that the absence of a preheat cycle results in less heat transfer to the work-piece, which can reduce warping and twisting of the metal.
www.papillionwelding.com /plasma_cutting.html   (418 words)

 PlasmaCAM - How Plasma Cutting Works - understand plasma & benefit from its uses
Plasma cutting was accidentally discovered by an inventor who was trying to develop a better welding process.
Plasma cutting is by far the simplest and most economical way to cut a variety of metal shapes accurately.
Plasma cutters are extremely simple and require only a compressed air supply and an AC power outlet to operate.
www.plasmacam.com /archive/cnchow.htm   (464 words)

 Plasma Cutting: Then and now
Plasma cutting has come a long way since paper punch machines were used to write G-codes for the cutting controller.
It wasn't that long ago that plasma cutting was the domain of seasoned metal fabrication veterans who knew just how to tweak gas settings and adjust torch height to get the best cut on a plasma cutting table.
What is left is the plasma cutting system, which in many cases still provides a quality cut but without the expertise needed to guide the machine.
www.thefabricator.com /PlasmaCutting/PlasmaCutting_Article.cfm?ID=1142   (1366 words)

 Plasma Cutting   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
Plasma cutters are used in various branches as steel construction, assembly works, repairs, automobile repairs etc.
The success of plasma cutting is simply the plasma beam, an electric arc, which produces an extremely narrow and intense arc, with liwithed heat.
Due to a low demand quantity of the compressed air as carrier gas, the plasma cutting is a very economical method.
www.merkle.de /englisch/plasma/plasma_cutting.htm   (384 words)

 Making plasma cutting easier: Using CNC automation technology
This level of control is achieved by linking all parameters of a plasma unit to the same CNC unit that instructs the motion of the head, which allows the controller to compute all factors that might affect the quality of a cut.
Once the cutting begins, the distance between the torch and the top of the material is maintained by reading the voltage from the plasma arc, in a process known as automatic torch height control (ATHC).
To ensure a high-quality cut, it is important to maintain a constant distance between the torch and the material surface.
www.thefabricator.com /PlasmaCutting/PlasmaCutting_Article.cfm?ID=675   (1111 words)

 Plasma Cutting Systems - Lincoln Electric
The benefits of plasma cutting include ease of use, higher quality cuts and faster travel speeds.
Plasma cutting is ideal for cutting steel and non-ferrous material less than 1 inch thick.
Plasma cutting is more forgiving in this regard.
www.lincolnelectric.com /plasma-cutting.asp   (324 words)

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 Flame and Plasma Cutting Services   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
Our CNC flame cutting and plasma cutting services can be used to produce blanks, near net shape parts, or finished parts that are suitable for a wide variety of applications.
Our CNC flame cutting systems are also equipped with plasma cutting heads with up to 400 Amp capacity.
Plasma cutting can be used to produce precut parts with higher tolerances and reduced heat affected zones in comparison to flame cutting.
www.lancastersteel.com /flameandplasmacuttingservices.htm   (179 words)

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 Plasma Cutter - For the thickest cuts in plasma cutting   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
Plasma Cutter - For the thickest cuts in plasma cutting
KALIBURN’s proven record of innovation in plasma arc cutting, the ProLine 2260 plasma cutter offers expanded thickness capability and optimized cutting speeds in the highest amperage precision high definition plasma cutting system offered today.
Uncompromising precision cut quality, combined with highest processing speed and low initial investment, equates to the lowest possible cost to produce quality-finished parts.
www.innerlogic-inc.com /proline2260.html   (204 words)

 Plasma Cutting Robot
If you are looking to cut steel, or non-ferrous material less than 1 inch thick then plasma cutting is the appropriate application.
Robotic plasma cutting is easy to use, and offers higher quality cuts at faster travel speeds.
Plasma cutting is a process which used a high velocity of ionized gas that is delivered from a orifice that is constricted.
www.robots.com /plasma-cutting.htm   (217 words)

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Kinetic Cutting Systems Inc, manufacturers a variety of precision CNC plasma and flame (oxyfuel) cutting machinery and multi process machines that combine machining operations like drilling and tapping with cutting operations.
To effectively meet customer needs, Kinetic manufactures precision plasma cutting machines for small applications like HVAC plasma machines through to the advanced combination plasma-drilling machines with automatic tool changers and large oxyfuel and plasma cutting machines to 30' (9m) wide.
At Kinetic we have a goal is to supply plate cutting machines that exceed customer's expectations in both quality of machine and technical support and we would appreciate the opportunity of letting you discuss how we achieve this with our existing customers.
www.kineticusa.com   (220 words)

 Current and reliable Plasma & Flame Cutting Machines news stories
While Auto-Cut 200 is optimized for air plasma cutting of mild steel, Auto-Cut 200 O2 is equipped with gas control box that gives it added efficiency for cutting with oxygen plasma.
Cuts have sharp edges with little or no dross, smooth cutting edge surface, and small heat-affected zone.
Cuts have sharp edges with little or no dross, smooth cutting edge surface, and minimized heat-affected zone.
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 Plasma Cutting   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
Our main activity will still be WaterJet cutting, but for some projects plasma cutting may be more cost effective solution.
Plasma is the 4th state of the material ie solid,liquid,gas and plasma
In many of today's better plasma cutters, a pilot arc between the electrode and nozzle is used to ionize the gas and initially generate the plasma prior to the arc transfer.
www.flexyshop.ca /shop/category.asp?catid=83   (239 words)

 ESAB | Plasma Cutters & Mechanized Plasma Cutting Machines
As the largest manufacturer of plasma cutting equipment in the world, ESAB is proud to offer an extensive selection of industrial plasma cutting machines.
All of these plasma cutters are designed and constructed to withstand extensive use in rugged industrial and construction environments.
ESAB invented plasma in 1955, and we've never stopped developing ways to make plasma cutting better and easier.
www.esabna.com /products/Plasma-cutters.cfm   (222 words)

 Plasma Cutting - BTH Electrics ( Guj ) Pvt. Ltd.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
This increases the temperature and velocity of the plasma emanating from the nozzle.
The temperature of the plasma is in excess of 20 000°C and the velocity can approach the speed of sound.
When used for cutting, the plasma gas flow is increased so that the deeply penetrating plasma jet cuts through the material and molten material is removed in the efflux plasma.
www.bthelectricals.com /airplasma.htm   (380 words)

 Hypertherm mechanized plasma cutting systems
Hypertherm has a wide variety of mechanized plasma cutting systems available to meet your plasma cutting needs.
Choose the type of cutting you are interested in to view the mechanized cutting solutions that Hypertherm has to offer.
The Hypertherm ArcWriter is a dual gas, variable output power, plasma marking, scoring and punching system designed to leave temporary or permanent identification marks on metal surfaces.
www.hypertherm.com /languages/english/mech_products.php   (236 words)

 About Plasma Art Designs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
Simply speaking, plasma arc cutting (PAC) is a process to sever any electically conductive metal by heating the surface with a constrictive arc that exceeds 30,000° F, and simultaneously removing the material with finely focused jet of ionized gases.
Many people have become familiar with plasma cutting technology through the popular TV show "Orange County Choppers," which creates custom motorcycle parts and accessories using the same technology that Plasma Art Designs uses.
Plasma Art Designs' manufacturing plant features an 4-foot by 8-foot flatbed cutting tool which is connected to a computer design station which allows any bitmap or CAD image to be transformed to a plasma cutting design.
www.plasmaartdesigns.com /company.php   (355 words)

 CNC plasma cutting and CNC oxy-fuel machines
At AKS we equip our CNC plasma cutters with Hypertherm or InnerLogic plasma torch units and we are HyPerformance, FineLine, and ProLine High Density CNC plasma cutting system specialists.
The AKS accu-kut precision plasma systems offer near-laser cut quality and accuracy at a fraction of both investment and operating costs.
Whether you are involved in shape cutting, metal fabrication, metal working, or sheet metal work, AKS is your best choice for CNC plasma cutters, CNC oxy-fuel cutting machine and experience.
www.akscutting.com   (259 words)

SIGN UP TO Plasma Cutting: Determining if it's Right for You and What to Look for in a Machine
Oxyfuel can cut thicker sections (>1 inch) of steel more quickly than plasma.
Lincoln Electric offers its Pro-Cut line with VORTECH Technology consumables which are specially designed to concentrate the plasma swirl, offering a tighter arc and concentrating more cutting power on the work piece.
www.plasmamachines.com /plasma_cutter.htm   (3015 words)

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