DIVISION AND CUTTING CENTER
The company deals with custom shape cutting and cutting of various materials using water jet cutting, laser burning, plasma burning and flame burning technologies. Subsequently, we can bend, blast, drill, deepen or chamfer the cuts under the weld. We have concentrated in one place all the technologies needed for these activities.
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Hydroabrasive separation is defined as a computer-controlled highly-erosive process. Material separation is micro-dimensional and occurs at a large number of sites. The advantage of cutting the material with a water jet is that it is cold cutting and therefore there is no change in the structure of the material in the section or deformations of the material. Water jets can also be used to divide materials that cannot be separated by classical technologies, or only with difficulty, such as rough aluminum, stainless steel, plastics, glass, ceramics, composite materials.
Laser cutting of material is one of the non-contact cutting processes. The base is a laser beam, which is concentrated by an optical system into a small point and its diameter is usually less than half a millimeter. Subsequently, the material melts or evaporates, which results in the splitting of the material without chips and the wear of the tool, as in the case of chip cutting of the material.
PLASMA AND FLAME
The principle of plasma cutting is that the neutral gas is blown at high speed through a nozzle into an electric arc, which is usually created by a high voltage spark, thereby ionizing the gas, closing the electrical circuit with the metal surface, creating a high temperature plasma arc that melts metal intended for cutting and gas flowing at high speed at the same time removes molten metal from the cutting gap Plasma has become a standard tool for thermal separation of metallic materials in industrial practice due to its operability and advantageous economic operation. The essence of the technology of cutting metal materials by flame is the process of burning iron heated to the ignition temperature in a stream of oxygen. The cut material is burned (combined) with the cutting oxygen to form oxides, which are blown in the form of liquid slag by the dynamic action of oxygen from the cutting point. Flame cutting is a cutting technology that is still widely used in various areas of production. Despite the increasing application of plasma and laser technologies in the field of cutting and material preparation, it still has its place, especially when cutting materials of larger thicknesses (above 50 mm).
The requirement of our customers is often to supply not only burned but also bent parts. We have CNC press brakes of various sizes and forces for bending thin but also thicker materials. We have a wide range of tools and dies at our disposal, which allows us to cover most of our customers' requirements.