Bevel 3D plasma cutting is one of the cuts that can be made to obtain sheets and other semi-finished metal products. Plasma cutting of sheet metal is one of the most common cutting methods, alongside laser cutting and oxyfuel cutting.
Obviously for each type of metal and steel there is a more suitable type of cutting, which allows to obtain the best results.
Bevel 3D plasma cutting: very high speed and precision performance for cutting stainless steels
HD plasma cutting, for example, is particularly suitable for stainless steels, while oxyfuel cutting is the best choice for carbon steel.
Plasma cutting processes can be different, although they all have the same result in common.
How plasma cutting is done
Clear and precise lines
While in the past, fairly risky systems such as high-frequency circuits, which often caused short circuits, were mainly used for this precision metal cutting, today things are very different.
Today Tecnos uses Bevel 3D plasma cutting, a new technology for sheet metal processing that allows excellent results to be obtained in perfect safety, while also improving performance in terms of quality and very high speed.
With these machines it is also possible to obtain inclined cuts and work on particularly complex surfaces.
Tecnos S.r.l. has two Bevel plasma platforms with a 3750mm x 28000mm work surface with three-dimensional rotating torches, capable of creating bevels and crimping on any material and thickness.
We have also implemented our fleet of machines with a new type of cutting, the water jet cutting.
This type of cutting can be performed on different types of steels.