Plasma Cutting Machine Definition
A CNC plasma cutting machine is a process of cutting a conductive material by an accelerated thermal plasma jet.
Typical materials cut with plasma cutting machine include non-ferrous metals such as steel, stainless steel, aluminum, and copper.
Three plasma cutting machine types
Most common and conventional form of CNC Plasma Cutting. Producing flat profiles, where the cut edges are at 90 degrees to the material surface. Able to cut profiles from metal plate up to 150 mm thick.
2-dimensional plasma cutting
The process of producing a flat profile from sheet or sheet, cutting the edge at an angle other than 90 degrees from the surface of the material, suitable for use as part of the welding of the cut profile. 3-dimensional plasma cutting can also be used to create countersunk holes and chamfer edges of profiled holes.
3-dimensional plasma cutting
Used in the processing of Stainless steel tube, Stainless steel pipe or any form of long section. Commonly taken advantage of in the fabrication of process pipework where cut pipe can be provided with a weld preparation in place of a straight edge.
Tube and section plasma cutting
Zbbssteel CNC plasma cutting machine cuts stainless steel below 20mm with superior speed and small deformation of stainless steel.
High temperature during cutting, it can cut stainless steel, which is difficult to cut.
The plasma cutting machine can be cut by computer programming and cut underwater, so the cutting is accurate.
The burning loss is small, and the plate can be used for material saving.