Plasma Cutting Machines

Plasma cutting, although it is not a new technology, is one of the most efficient and productive methods for manufacturers who want to provide their customers with high quality results. Plasma cutting utilizes highly energized gases in an ionized and electrically conductive state, otherwise known simply as a plasma, to transfer electrical energy to a metal surface and make a clean, efficient cut.

The real potential of this technology for industrial manufacturing is only unleashed when it is combined with state of the art computer software and high precision motion controls, allowing manufacturers to set the exact specifications for their cuts using a computerized interface. This principle is the basis of all industrial level plasma cutting services.

ALLtra Corporation’s products for plasma cutting include the PG-14 and PG-30 series of fully customized plasma cutting and marking machines, both designed for use in heavy duty industrial applications. As their designations imply, the PG-14 series is designed for cuts of up to 14′, whereas the PG-30 model will handle cuts of up to 30′. Optional features offered on both machines also allow prospective customers to customize these machines even further to their particular manufacturing needs.

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Alltra PG-14 Heavy Duty Industrial Cutting Machine

The PG-14 Series Gantry Cutting Machines provide the ultimate solution to a wide variety of cutting widths and lengths. Some believe that smaller gantries with lighter workloads can be made from light materials and cheaper components. Alltra’s 4’ wide machines are built to the same standards as their much larger machines. The PG-14 Series provides solutions for cutting and marking on cutting widths from 4’ to 14’.

 

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Alltra PG-30 Heavy Duty Industrial Cutting Machine

The PG-30 Series Gantry Cutting Machine provides the ultimate solution to a wide variety of cutting widths and lengths. This is a heavy-duty industrial cutting machine designed and manufactured with heavy duty manufacturing in mind. With the flexibility for configurations of up to 12 self-driven oxy-fuel stations or up to four plasma bevel stations, the PG-30 can also accommodate a number of different marking and other secondary operations as well. The PG-30 provides solutions for cutting and marking on cutting widths from 10’ to 30’.

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