Input Supply 220 V / 50Hz
Torch Capacity ( Cutting Thickness ) 6 – 100 mm
Movement X – Axis or Y – Axis
Carriage Cutting Speed 50 – 75 mm / min
Dimension ( W x L x H ) 330 x 230 x 180 in mm
PROFILE CUTTING MACHINE:
PLASMA CUTTING MACHINES:
APSL PLASMA cutting power sources are simple yet powerful and provide ease of use to customer with excellent cutting quality. These are available in 100A and 160A range and are suitable to cut Mild Steel, Stainless Steel, Copper, Aluminum etc.
RHINO CUT SERIES:
Reliable and high performing Plasma Cutting units.
- I.G.B.T based inverter switching technology.
- Comfortable cutting experience and good shaping.
- Burr – Free quality cutting.
- It can be used with any kind of automation including the gantry type plasma cutting table.
- High Frequency based arc starting technology.
- Post – Flow Time is 0 – 10 sec.
- No – Load Voltage is 315V.
- It has Class F insulation and IP21 ingress protection.
RILON PLASMA SERIES:
CNC PLASMA CUTTING MACHINES:
A PLASMA cutting machine can cut a variety of materials using a high powered plasma arc that is controlled by CNC software that determines cutting parameters. plasma cutting is incredibly precise and provides a pristine cut to clients, making it a popular choice in metal fabrication shops.
Plasma cutting processes based on a jet of ionized gas that melts and severs a material. The gas is heated to a temperature of over 20,000° C and an electric arc forms between an electrode and the workpiece. The electrode is positioned in a gas nozzle cooled by water or air, which constricts the arc forming a narrow, high-velocity, high-temperature stream of plasma.
When the plasma jet strikes the workpiece, it transfers intense heat due to ion recombination, causing the gas to return to its normal state. The heat melts the metal material, and the stream of gas blows the molten material away through the cut. During this process, the surface around the cutting area remains cool. Standard gases used in plasma cutting include argon, nitrogen, hydrogen, or an argon/hydrogen combination. Integration of compressed air makes the plasma method more competitive to oxy-fuel cutting of carbon-manganese and stainless steels. Whereas, inert gasses are effective for high-quality cutting of reactive alloys.
• Multiple axis cutting machine design
• Industrial grade shape cutting controller
• Relay based I/O
• Support for advanced plasma features
• Torch height control
• USB port
• CNC (computer numerical control) functionality
• Arc voltage height control
• Extended stroke high body alignment (for increased steel tube cutting capacity)
• Extended length table (for greater cutting area)
• CCD camera (aligns a torch for cutting)
• Automatic operation
• Continuous output control
• Touch start operation
• Touch screen controller
• Torch attachment (extends maximum cutting thickness)
• Precision linear rails (minimizes vibration while cutting)
• Touch height sensing (finds plate surface and set piercing height)
• Tool-free quick disconnect torch (enables unplugging the power supply without using tools to switch to manual operation)
• Non-high-frequency starting
• Electronic pilot arc circuit controls
• Motorized lifter
PORTABLE CNC PLASMA CUTTING MACHINES
TABLE TYPE CNC PLASMA CUTTING MACHINES
GANTRY TYPE CNC PLASMA CUTTING MACHINES
LASER CUTTING TECHNOLOGY:
Laser cutting is a fabrication process which employs a focused, high-powered laser beam to cut material into custom shapes and designs. This process is suitable for a wide range of materials, including metal, plastic, wood, gemstone, glass, and paper, and can produce precise, intricate, and complex parts without the need for custom-designed tooling.
Types of Laser Cutting Machines:
There are several types of laser cutting machines available which are categorized into gas, liquid, and solid state lasers. The types are differentiated based on the state of the active laser medium—i.e., whether the medium is a gas, liquid, or solid material—and what the active laser medium consists of (e.g., CO2, Nd:YAG, etc.). The main two types of lasers employed are CO2 and solid-state lasers.
One of the most commonly employed gas state lasers, a CO2 laser employs a carbon dioxide mixture as the active laser medium. CO2lasers are typically used to cut non-metal materials since early models were not powerful enough to cut through metals. Laser technology has since evolved to enable CO2 lasers to cut through metals, but CO2 lasers are still better suited for cutting through non-metals and organic materials (such as rubber, leather, or wood) and simply engraving metals or other hard materials. Pure nitrogen lasers are another commonly used gas state laser. These lasers are used for applications that require the material not oxidize as it is cut.
There are several varieties of solid-state lasers available, including crystal and fiber lasers. Crystal lasers employ a variety of crystal mediums—e.g., neodymium-doped yttrium aluminum garnet (Nd:YAG) or neodymium-doped yttrium orthovanadate (Nd:YVO4)—which allow for high-powered metal and non-metal laser cutting. Although versatile in regards to their material cutting capabilities, crystal lasers are typically more expensive and have shorter life spans than other types of lasers. Fiber lasers offer a cheaper and longer lasting alternative to crystal lasers. This type of laser first generates a beam through a series of laser diodes which is then transmitted through optical fibers, amplified, and focused on the workpiece to perform the necessary cuts.
FIBER LASER CUTTING MACHINES
LASER PIPE CUTTING MACHINES
ACRYLIC CNC LASER CUTTING MACHINES