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Farley Laserlab Plasma Cutting Machine Suppliers

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SupplierID: 6875
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PremiumDate: 7/18/2018 12:00:00 AM
Rank: 47
Service Level: 19 - Basic Profile
Farley Laserlab | Plasma, Laser, and Drilling Systems
HG Farley LaserLab is a world leader in the fields of High Definition CNC Plasma Cutting, Oxy Cutting, Laser Cutting, WaterJet Cutting, and CNC Drilling Machines. Farley LaserLab have been manufacturing and supplying CNC Laser & Plasma cutting machines to the world industry for over 30 years. Today Farley has thousands of CNC profile machines installed in over 23 countries ...
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Plasma Cutting Machine Buying Guide

Find and buy plasma cutting machines from verified suppliers on IndustrySearch. A plasma cutting machine is used to cut conductive materials such as steel, aluminium and copper with a high-speed jet of hot plasma or ionized gas.

Factors to consider when buying a plasma cutting machine:

  • Manual plasma cutters – Handheld units suitable for trimming and cutting small pieces of metal. Available in conventional and high definition precision models.
  • Automatic plasma cutters – Big units suitable for large steel-cutting projects. Includes computer numerically controlled cutters. Available in three configurations: 2D2 axis, 3D/3 axis, and tube and section.
  • Duty cycle – Refers to the period a plasma cutting machine can operate safely, determined by the amount of amperage expressed in percentage.
  • Input power – Refers to power output, determined by available electrical outlets suck as 110V, 120V or 240V.
  • Cutting speed/performance – Consider the desired cutting speed and the thickness of the material to be cut. Types of cut quality include rated cut, severe cut and quality cut.
  • Start – Available in either contact start and high-frequency start.
  • Control panel – Consider units with controls and indicators that are easy to read and understand.
  • Air supply/environment – Some machines have built-in compressors while others have air filtration systems.
  • Other features to consider – The cost of consumables or replacement parts, portability, operating cost, cutting torch, ease of use, size and weight, reliability.

 

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