Automated Plasma or Oxy-fuel: Which is Best for You?

A variety of factors influence whether automated Plasma cutting or Oxy-fuel cutting will produce the best results for your operation. Here are a few things to consider when making that decision.

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Cost-Saving Solutions for Oxy-Fuel

Oxy-fuel cutting, which uses fuel gasses and oxygen to weld and cut metal, comes with a long list of benefits: superiority in cutting thicker materials, portability, versatility, ease of use and low cost-of-entry (as low as $250 to $350 for high-end oxy-fuel equipment) to name a few. And while plasma-arc and laser processes for cutting and welding have started to gain some ground in the past years, oxy-fuel is still the most commonly used method worldwide.

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Oxy-Fuel Cutting and Your Safety

CAUTION: It is vital to consult a certified technician before performing any sort of equipment tests.

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How Using Alternate Gases Can Increase Cut Quality and Save You Money

Oxy-fuel cutting has been around for more than 100 years, and the most commonly used gas for the process, acetylene, has been around even longer. Its longevity certainly proves that it’s an effective gas for cutting. But is it still the best? Advancements over the past century have led to more quality cutting options, and gas is an important part of that equation. Here’s a look at the pros and cons of not only acetylene, but also alternate gases that can be used in oxy-fuel cutting.

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How to Select the Correct Cutting Tips – Oxy Fuel

4-Step Method of selecting the right cutting tips:

1. Seat Type

2. Metal Thickness

3. Application

4. Fuel-gas

Practical. Powerful. Portable.

Complete oxy-fuel cutting and welding kit with accessories and cutting tipsIn recent years there’s been much discussion about the value of plasma-arc and laser processes for cutting and welding, but oxy-fuel is still the most commonly used method worldwide.

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