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Thermal and mechanical cutting are the two types of metal cutting. Plasma cutting is a type of thermal cutting that uses ionized gas to cut the steel. One uses an accelerated stream of hot plasma to cut through workpieces made of electrically conducting materials. It's a good way to cut through thick metal sheets.

It's among the most common methods for cutting big metal plates, though it's also useful for steel sheets. Plasma cutting provides endless possibilities for cutting aluminum, stainless steel, and other materials, whether you're producing manufacturing or artwork final items.

One can safely treat many non-ferrous metals, including sheet-pressed metal under one inch thick, with plasma. You will find plasma cutters in portable kits as well as stationary stations.
You can use plasma in the heavy and light industries to cut flat, pliable metal quickly, accurately, and precisely.

The plasma cutter is among the most refined, widely used, effective, and adaptable equipment for cutting even the most difficult and thick materials. Simply said, gas is sprayed from a nozzle at a rapid rate while an electric arc melts the steel, and using compressed air, you blow the molten metal away.


Why Choose All Win MFG for Plasma Cutting?

More adaptability
We can do plasma cutting on a wide range of metals. It cuts any conductive metal, such as steel, copper, iron, brass, stainless steel, aluminum, and other durable objects, using an electric arc.

Quick and efficient
Plasma cutters are also capable of cutting swiftly and effectively. To make a smooth break in a chunk of usable metal, plasma needs one-fourth the period of most similar procedures. Faster processing periods reduce the danger of metal abrasion, incorrect cuts, and deformation.

Plasma equipment that is less expensive is also thought to be a greater bang for the buck. Plasma lights are low-maintenance and only need to be replaced once in a while.

The cutting procedure is better than other methods since it employs a gas that's not particularly combustible.

Plasma Cutting General Tolerances

Sheet Cutting FAQs

  • Is there a minimum order quantity? How soon will I get the order?

    All Win MFG has not pegged the order quantity on any specific number. Clients have the freedom of ordering the least they need. Clients can scale their quantity demands with time as they experience the service. However, high quantities attract lower prices, unlike smaller quantities. 
    Once a client places their order, they are guaranteed to receive it in the shortest time possible. Typically, the production process begins when a client makes their order. Furthermore, the clients are assured of continued updates on the order status until they receive their order. All Win MFG ascertains quality assurance, reports, and order delivery tracking throughout the process. 
  • What are the maximum part and minimum part sizes All Win MFG can cut?

    The minimum or maximum size that All Win MFG can cut depends on the technique employed. Typically, when using the laser cut, it is possible to cut materials whose thickness is about 20mm, though this is machine-dependent. Most machines, however, cut materials in the range of 0.5-12mm thickness. 
    The waterjet technique can cut material with thicknesses up to 12 inches. When using abrasive waterjet cutting, precise material cutting occurs at a thickness of 3 inches and below. At the same time, the waterjet technique achieves cuts of sizes as thin as 0.1 inches, though thinner sizes may fail to meet perfect precision.
  • What files can All Win MFG use for waterjet cutting or laser cutting?

    Typically, waterjets perform excellently with 2D vector files, enabling one to see the outline of the scaled-up part that’s scaled 1:1. DXF is the type of tile most employed when working with cutting machines. Most CAD software is usually backed by exporting to DXF.
    The materials should be in vector format; AutoCAD DXF and Adobe Illustrator have been the best examples. The format is important since paths in the artwork utilize laser cutter software for defining the cut paths, which one can mark if they desire to do so.
    However, the two techniques differ slightly since laser cutting employs laser beams while waterjets are instrumental in cutting various materials.
  • What are the advantages of laser cutting?

    There are numerous advantages associated with laser cutting compared to traditional mechanical cutting or CNC machine processes. These merits include the following:
    • Faster production
    • The workpiece doesn’t get contaminated as does with the former techniques
    • There is a very slight likelihood of warping
    • The cuts produced by laser cutting are cleaner
    • There are limited chances for operators to make errors, making them excellent for quick prototyping.
    In addition to the advantages, clients of All Win MGF are sure to get services at reasonable prices immediately they demand the services. Clients can count the services to be high quality since the establishment relies on ideal machines to perform the tasks.

  • What’s sheet cutting services?

    Typical sheet cutting services achieve their purposes by the use of modern-day technologies. These are at the center of the production of components and products with unmatched quality. Some of the technologies involve advanced laser cutting and waterjets that can cut any material, including thick tool steel.<o:p>

    However, the success of the processes relies on the expansive knowledge and expertise of the staff. They can employ the techniques in cutting a vast scope of materials ranging from plastics to aluminum and steel, among several others. However, the process is one of the initial processes employed in other processes used in manufacturing, such as metal stamping and fabrication.<o:p>

With services including CNC machining, sheet cutting, sheet metal forming & injection molding, All Win MFG delivers 100% qualified products on time, efficiently and reliably. We are your ideal manufacturing partner for plastic parts, customized metal parts and customized sheet metal parts.

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