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Top Haco Plasma Cutting Machine & CNC Plasma Cutter Suppliers

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PremiumDate: 7/19/2018 12:00:00 AM
Rank: 161
Service Level: 2 - Premium Storefront
HACO Australia | Sheet Metal Working Machines
As world leader in sheet metal working machines, Haco offers a complete range of reliable, high-precision machines and the software that goes with it. As an absolute specialist, we can provide a customized solution for every specific situation. Originally famous for our sheet metal and woodworking machines, HACO has become so much more than just a manufacturer of punching machines, ...
Customers: Pressform, Phoenix, JT Contracting
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ServiceLevelRanking: 0
PremiumDate: 7/4/2018 12:00:00 AM
Rank: 161
Service Level: 19 - Basic Profile
Alliance Metal Solutions | Sheet Metal, Fabrication and Laser Cutting
Alliance Metal Solutions is a privately owned Sheet Metal and Fabrication services company that specialises in the manufacture of high quality sheet metal and fabrication components for commercial customers and commercial applications. We provide first class processes in laser cutting, turret punching, CNC bending, general fabrication, guillotining, sawing, assembly and powder ...
Customers: Mining & Construction Clients

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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Plasma Cutting Machine Insights

Plasma Cutting Machine costs range from $165,000 to $252,500, averaging $199,167.

Most popular Plasma Cutting Machine suppliers and brands on IndustrySearch are HACO Australia.