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Centricut LLC

Providing Solutions for the Metal Cutting Industry

Centricut has the precision plasma and laser consumables you need and we'll ship them the same day you order them! Centricut also offers years of experience on more than 30 leading brands of installed thermal cutting systems helping you with technical support issues on the torch, consumables or power supply end of your cutting operation. We bring you quality products, speedy delivery and free technical support in a constant effort to keep your cutting table operational and minimize any downtime.

Recent Content on TheFabricator for Centricut LLC

Article
May 8, 2007
The many faces of plasma cutting
Manual and mechanized plasma cutting systems serve different purposes and require different equipment to perform well. It is up to the user to decide which system is best-suited for the application. This article provides a detailed introduction to both systems, their capabilities, and which applications they are tailored for.
Article
September 12, 2006
Starting from scratch
Knowing the basics of plasma cutting, as well as some fundamental operator guidelines can lead to quality cuts and extended consumable life. The more operators know about the process, the more readily they can identify and address problems that may occur.
Article
June 8, 2004
Gouging: The other plasma process
Plasma gouging, although not necessarily as well-known as plasma cutting, is one of four methods of gouging that can be used for a variety of industrial applications. Different techniques bring about different results, depending on the application.
Article
November 20, 2003
Cool your torch
Your car engine's water-cooling system has a lot in common with the cooling system in your plasma cutter: Both use water and coolant, a pump, cooling hoses, and a heat exchanger to remove energy from a heat source.
Article
June 27, 2002
Electrode wear in air, oxygen plasma
A trained plasma technician can tell a lot about the health of a plasma system if he learns how to inspect the electrode, understands normal wear patterns, and knows how to spot signs of trouble. This article shows the difference between good and bad wear in air and oxygen plasma systems.
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