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May 8, 2007
The many faces of plasma cutting
Plasma cutting is a thermal cutting process in which a beam of ionized gas heats an electrically conductive metal beyond its melting point and flushes molten metal through the kerf of the cut. The electrical arc is produced between the electrode... Read more...
September 12, 2006
Starting from scratch
A notched shield like this one will cause poor cut quality. The key to obtaining high cut quality and long consumable life when cutting with plasma lies in both a general understanding of plasma and being aware of the process's... Read more...
June 8, 2004
Gouging: The other plasma process
Plasma arc gouging may not be as well-known or widely used as plasma arc cutting, but the two processes share many characteristics: ease of use, cut speed and quality, cost of operation, and versatility. Let's compare the plasma gouging... Read more...
November 20, 2003
Cool your torch
The difference is a matter of degrees. In an automobile, the heat source is the combustion chamber inside the engine, which operates at temperatures in excess of 2,000 degrees F. In a plasma torch, the heat source is the plasma chamber inside... Read more...
June 27, 2002
Electrode wear in air, oxygen plasma
Electrodes for high-powered plasma cutting systems are highly engineered, consumable parts, similar in design, material, and function to an automotive spark plug. Like spark plugs, electrodes emit high-voltage electricity in a high-temperature... Read more...