Kerf Developments

Getting serious with plasma

After a substantial increase in demand, festival stage manufacturer Serious Stages has installed a Kerf RUR2500 UltraSharp plasma cutting machine at its factory in Wells.
1 month ago

Kerf reports two machine sales at MACH plus record enquiries

The return to MACH proved to be a resounding success for Kerf Developments. The technological leap and the steps forward that Kerf has taken since the last MACH show were evident for visitors and customers to see at the showpiece manufacturing event.
10 months ago

The evolution of the plasma cutting process

Plasma cutting has long proven to be a flexible and cost-effective method of processing parts. The plasma process can cut aluminium, mild steel, stainless steel and the toughest wear-resistant materials from as little as 1mm thick, right through to 60mm. According to Craig Walsh, sales director at Kerf Developments however, choosing the right supplier is the key to success. 
1 year ago

Kerf makes it easy with new Linc-Cut plasma machine

For manufacturers looking for a cost-effective CNC plasma cutting machine that is easy to install, easy to set-up and even easier to operate, Kerf Developments has the solution with the new Linc-Cut S 1530W.
1 year ago

Extra-large plasma and flame cutting capability

Like many start-ups, P.P. Profiles was a business conceived in a small building. In this case, a basement of a cotton mill in Walkden, Greater Manchester. 43 years later, the profile and processing company has bought a plasma and flame cutting machine from Kerf Developments for its site in Batley, West Yorkshire. At 39m in length, the machine wouldn’t fit in most factories, let alone a cotton mill basement. 
3 years ago

February Cover Story: The power of plasma

Although a well-established technology for cutting sheet metal, plasma cutting can seem overshadowed by lasers. However, the latest advances from Kerf Developments demonstrate that this process can compete, not only in cutting speed and quality but importantly on cost as well. Ed Hill reports.
4 years ago

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