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CNC Plasma Cutting

CNC (Computer Numerical Control) plasma cutting is a type of plasma cutting that uses a computer-controlled machine to precisely cut through electrically conductive materials such as steel, aluminum, and other metals. The CNC machine controls the plasma torch's movement and cutting speed, ensuring a precise and accurate cut every time.

The CNC plasma cutting process begins with the creation of a digital design or pattern, which is then uploaded to the CNC machine's computer software. The machine uses this information to guide the plasma torch's movement, cutting the material to the exact specifications of the design.

CNC plasma cutting offers several advantages over traditional plasma cutting methods. It allows for more precise and consistent cuts, reducing the risk of errors and waste material. The automation of the cutting process also speeds up production and reduces labor costs. Additionally, CNC plasma cutting machines can be programmed to cut intricate shapes and patterns, making it ideal for creating custom designs and parts.

FAQ:

What plasma table do you use?

The ArcDroid™ CNC plasma cutting system is a versatile and portable choice for those seeking precision and accuracy in every cut. Equipped with the Simple Trace™ operating system, the ArcDroid™ allows for easy and quick reproduction of designs, resulting in fast and repeatable parts. Its compatibility with software such as Fusion 360, Pronest, and SheetCAM provides users with even more flexibility. The ArcDroid™ can cut a wide range of materials, and its compact size and lightweight design make it a convenient option for on-site work. With its durable construction and high-quality materials, the ArcDroid™ is built to last and withstand heavy use and harsh working conditions, making it ideal for industrial and commercial applications.

How much does CNC plasma cutting cost?

The cost of CNC plasma cutting per hour can vary widely depending on several factors such as, the complexity of the design, the size of the project, the thickness of the material, and the cutting speed required. Generally speaking, the cost of CNC plasma cutting per hour can range from around $60 to $200

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