what is plasma cutting

Steel bending is the process of shaping steel into a specific shape or curve. This can be done using a variety of methods, such as press braking, roll bending, and induction bending.

Press braking is the most common method of steel bending and involves using a press to shape the steel into a specific shape or curve. Roll bending involves passing the steel through a set of rollers that shape it into the desired shape, while induction bending uses an induction heating process to soften the steel before bending.

Steel plasma cutting is a process that uses a plasma torch to cut steel with precision and accuracy. This process is highly effective and efficient, as it can cut through steel with minimal heat distortion and little to no burring.

The plasma torch generates a high-temperature plasma arc that melts the steel, and a high-speed stream of gas (such as air, nitrogen, or oxygen) then blows the molten steel away, separating the steel into the desired shape.

The benefit of using plasma cutting technique is that it provides a high-quality edge with minimal heat distortion, and can cut steel in any direction. This method is also highly efficient and fast, which makes it ideal for large-scale cutting jobs.

Both Steel bending and Steel plasma cutting are critical operations in metal fabrication, they help shape steel into different designs while maintaining the integrity and strength of the metal. They are widely used in various industries such as construction, automotive, aerospace and others.

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