Getting the Most Out of CNC Plasma Cutting Tables

September 08, 2016

Thanks to incredible advancements in recent years, the CNC machinery industry has evolved leaps and bounds. Today, CNC plasma cutting tables are used to install and operate plasma cutting machines, which are entirely controlled by software. It requires minimal human input to achieve its outcomes, minimising the possibility of human error and other delays.

As the table is fixed in one place, it has specific advantages over portable and other handheld plasma cutting machines. These benefits include allowing for more accurate and exact, precise cutting of the metal. CNC plasma cutting tables can also be adjusted for height, and they provide the most benefit when used to achieve repetitive tasks.

These are only a few of the ways that you can get more from your plasma cutting tables. At CNC Dynamix, we have worked hard to become one of the premier suppliers of plasma cutting table technology in South Africa. We are also flexible enough to customise table sizes to suit our clients’ workshop spaces or work piece accessibility.

Standard Range and Features of Our CNC Plasma Cutting Tables

We have three optimal sizes of plasma cutting tables, which have been found to meet the vast majority of our end-users’ needs. These include:

• 3000 mm x 1500 mm;
• 4000 mm x 2000 mm; &
• 6200 mm x 2500 mm.

We pay close attention to the materials used to avert metal fatigue at high use points. A lot of research and development have been invested in the design of our worktable areas, and we continue to refine the optimal work piece access and manoeuvrability of our units.

This allows for torches to be mounted with easily manipulated gantries, producing unmatched accuracy at high speeds. These are only a few of the many features that have helped our CNC plasma cutting tables to stand out among the rest. Speak to us today to learn more about our many products and solutions, and to find out how it can help your business thrive.

If you’d like to see what some of the cutting process looks like, follow the link to this video