Computerized numerically controlled (CNC) machines are responsible for making metal parts accurately and quickly. In order to keep your shop’s equipment up-to-date, look for a CNC plasma table. Xycorp has the perfect CNC plasma table for sale, and it can be a great alternative to other, more expensive CNC cutting devices.
How Plasma Cutting Works
Using a customized program, based on Cartesian graphing, you can input an order’s exact measurements into the machine’s computer before cutting into the metal sheet. Once the design has been finalized, the machine will convert gas into plasma, cutting the steel to your exact specifications. At Xycorp, Inc., we offer plasma tables capable of cutting steel at up to three hundred inches per minute, capable finishing your custom piece in a matter of minutes, depending on its dimensions.
Advantages of Plasma Cutting
Plasma tables cut more quickly, and efficiently, than traditional laser cutters. With only a small amount of training, anyone can create high-quality industrial pieces. The computer modules run an embedded Windows-based software, that allows for better control of the final product’s dimensions and design. Also, our plasma cutter has superior motion-control features that reduce the risk for errors. Patterns can be saved, and reused for repeat customers, and can be adjusted to decrease blemishes/impurities in the final product. This will create a better quality product, in a shorter amount of time.
Plasma cutting technology can be adjusted based on the thickness of the metal. Whether cutting through aluminum plate, or up to two inches of stainless steel, the super-heated gas creates an accurate model of your piece in a short amount of time.
At Xycorp, Inc., we offer several variants of our CNC plasma table for sale, and support for existing plasma cutting machines. If your machine requires repairs or upgrades, it can easily be fixed, or altered, by a technician. The computer’s software can be upgraded to use a variety of additional programs. These updates can be performed in house, or by any experienced technician.