News: Our New Plasma Cutting Machine Showing its Skills
Hibernia Steel is proud to announce the acquisition of a new state-of-the-art plasma cutting machine which has enhanced our range of machines and services. The new plasma machine can perform the most complex tasks, from base plates and specialist parts to lettering.
"We are thrilled to add this new plasma machine to our range of machines and services. Its advanced technology and expanded cutting capacity mean that we can now offer our customers a broader range of products and services," said Raymond Moore, CEO of Hibernia Steel. "We are confident that this new machine will not only enhance our operations but also enable us to better serve our customers' needs."
What is a plasma cutting machine?
A plasma cutting machine is an advanced cutting tool that can cut precisely through various metals, including steel, copper, brass, stainless steel, aluminium, and titanium.
How does our plasma machine work?
Plasma-cutting machines utilise plasma technology to cut through materials. Our CNC plasma cutting machine uses a high-temperature plasma arc to melt the metal, which is then blown away by a gas stream, resulting in a clean and precise cut.
What can we use our plasma cutting machine for?
Our new plasma machine can cut through thicker materials than most plasma machines. With this new plasma machine, we’ve expanded our cutting capacity, meaning we can now offer our customers a more comprehensive range of services and products, including thicker and more complex metal fabrications.
The new plasma CNC machine also has the capability to cut intricate shapes and designs with precision and accuracy, making it ideal for producing customised metal components and parts for various industries such as manufacturing, construction, automotive, aerospace, and defence. This machine's advanced technology also ensures minimal waste, increased productivity, and faster turnaround times.
Our CNC plasma cutting machine can be used in a variety of applications, such as:
· Metal fabrication (cutting metal sheets and plates into precise shapes and sizes)
· Welding (used in conjunction with a welding machine to cut grooves and angles, making it easy to join two pieces together)
· Industrial maintenance and repair (cutting out damaged or worn metal parts)
· Art and design (creating intricate designs and patterns in metal for art and decorative purposes)
Complex metal fabrication services for your next project
With the introduction of the new plasma machine, Hibernia Steel is now equipped to take on more complex and challenging projects and provide our customers with a broader range of customised metal fabrications and rapid prototyping.
The company's investment in the new plasma machine demonstrates our commitment to innovation, growth, and delivering quality products and services to our customers.