Plasma-based metal cutting

Plasma cutting is a process that cuts through electrically conductive materials by means of an accelerated jet of hot plasma. Normetas focuses mainly on steel cutting, although other conductive metals may be cut as well.

Normetas performs sheet metal cutting with two CNC plasma cutting machines.The process is cheaper than laser cutting while retaining relatively high quality of the cuts.It is especially cost effective for thick metal sheets (10 mm and higher) in comparison to alternatives like laser cutting.In addition to standard sheet metal cutting, it is possible to cut holes into H beams which are of standard construction quality. This is a cheaper alternative to milling.

Currently the company has two CNC plasma cutting systems:

Machine HyPerformance plasma HPR260
Working zone 3000 x 12000 mm
Thickness of sheet 1 – 30 mm
Accuracy DIN 2310 (ISO 9013:2017)

 

Machine EasyCut 6001.20P
Working zone 2000 x 6000 mm
Thickness of sheet 1 – 40 mm
Accuracy DIN 2310 (ISO 9013:2017)

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