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if you'd like to learn whether a laser cutter or plasma cutter is the right machine for your business.
Plasma cutting is the first form of cutting that was developed in the 1950s as an alternative to flame cutting. Plasma cutting involves firing a superheated, electrically ionized gas, such as plasma out of a nozzle at high speed toward the work piece. This creates an electrical arc within the gas.
Laser cutting technology was developed in the 1960s so that diamond dies could be shaped. With this thermal cutting process, oxygen, nitrogen, and compressed air laser is used along with a computer-directed high-power laser to burn, melt, vaporize, or blow away the material being cut.
Depending on the cutting requirements of your project, Omnidex Laser can recommend the most suitable cutting machine. A range of fibre laser cutters is sourced from our long-time manufacturing partner – AMADA, currently one of the top two press brake manufacturers in the world. Our ESPRIT Viper 4000 (a plasma cutter) and Gas Profile laser cutting machines can produce high-quality metal laser profiling products. Their superior efficiency and performance, as well as an intuitive operating system, set them apart.
If You Are Interested In our Sheet Steel Cutting, Forming or Casting Services, Feel Free To Contact Us For More Details. Our Engineers Are More Than Happy To Answer Your Questions.