A cost-effective plug and play plasma cutter from Kerf

For manufacturers looking for a cost-effective CNC plasma cutting table 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.

Businesses looking to boost responsiveness and creativity, this new ‘plug and play’ plasma cutting system could be the ideal cutting machine.

The machine has been designed and developed by Lincoln Electric, a leading global supplier of cutting and welding equipment.

Read more about the Linc-Cut S 1530W in this brochure


Kerf Developments will be supplying and commissioning the machines and providing training for the operators, together with service, support and spares from its headquarters in Rochdale.

Perfect for cutting mild steel and stainless steel plate up to 1.5m by 3m, the Linc-Cut 1530 makes high-speed plasma cutting affordable and attainable for small metal fabrication companies, sheetmetal contractors, custom vehicle fabricators, and prototyping companies.

Whilst the cost-effective price point and flexibility of the machine make it appealing, the productivity, capability and flexibility make a shrewd investment for any sheetmetal processing business.

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