Rated Power: 4.5KW
Garantija: 1 gads
Sniedz pēcpārdošanas servisu: Inženieri ir pieejami mašīnu apkopei ārzemēs
working area: 1500mm*3000mm*200mm
Plasma power: 60A 100A 160A 200A
Transmission system: Cylindrical Linear guide Rack driving
Motor: Stepper motor
Control system: Ncstudio/DSP/START
Sensor THC function: Available
working table: blade table with steel welding
1. Visa mašīna ir metināta kā bezšuvju tērauda konstrukcija. Vienmērīga struktūra un ilgs kalpošanas laiks
2. Augsta konfigurācija, liels griešanas ātrums un precizitāte.
3.Auto ARC starting. Steady performance.
4.Control system: DSP handset control, with USB interface.
5. File format: G-code
7. Suitable Software: ARTCUT, Type3, ArtCAM. Beihang Haier.
China plasma pipe cutting machine , high precision plasma cutter , high precision cnc plasma cutter
|Working Area (X*Y*Z)|
60A 100A 160A 200A
|Spindle rotating speed|
|Maksimālais kustības ātrums|
Cylindrical Linear rail
|Max. Power consumption|
ARTCUT, Type3, ArtCAM
1.What is CNC routing?
CNC Routing is a manufacturing process by which a router is controlled by a computer to cut a sheet of material. CNC stands for computer numerical control. Computer conrolled movement of the machine is based on the Cartesian coordinate system (X, Y, Z) allowing for three dimensional shaping.
A CNC router is similar to a plotter which moves a pen across a surface along the X and Y axes to create a drawing. But a CNC router moves a cutting tool across a large table along the X and Y axes as well as up and down along the Z axis. This allows the router to create pocket cuts into the material.
The cutting tool looks like a drill bit, but unlike a drill bit a router is designed to cut from the sides as well as the tip. The router, also referred to as a spindle, is the motor that spins the cutter.
2.How much will CNC routing my design cost?
The cost is determined by the complexity of your design and the material type and thickness you've chosen.
The CNC cuts materials at a range of speeds and as a rule it takes longer to cut thicker materials. As a general rule of thumb, the more lines your design has, the more it will cost to make.