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Thermal cutting is subdivided into the following processes:

Autogenous flame cutting and plasma cutting

The choice of process for your cuts depends on the material, material thickness, and required cut quality.

Autogenous flame cutting is typically used for stainless steels ranging from 50 – 150 mm and steels up to 200 mm in thickness, while plasma cutting is employed for medium material thicknesses up to 50 mm.

All electrically conductive materials can be cut with plasma

Plasma Cutting – One of the Most Important Thermal Cutting Processes

Plasma cutting is one of the most important thermal cutting processes, alongside autogenous flame and laser cutting. The high temperatures and kinetic energy of the constricted plasma jet melt the material and blow it out of the cut.

The process is characterized by high cutting speeds. The cut edges have low surface roughness and offer an almost perpendicular cut with minimal angular deviation.

For up to 200 mm material thickness

Autgenous flame cutting is a thermal separation process for components made of steel.

Autogenous flame cutting is a thermal separation process for components made of steel, up to 200 mm in material thickness. Especially components for heavy industry or those without special requirements for the cut edges are most economically produced with autogenous flame cutting.

During the cutting process, the cutting zone is heated to ignition temperature, and the material is separated by a jet of gas, which can lead to edge hardening on the workpiece.

With multi-head cutting machines and a high degree of automation, autogenous flame cutting technology is a cost-effective alternative to waterjet cutting.