Ultra-sharp plasma cutters bring laser precision for less

UltraSharp plasma cutters from Kerf Developments use proven material databases to consistently cut components to high standard.

The system works out the most appropriate speeds and feed, gas pressures and most appropriate lead-in and lead-out strategies for a given component or nest of components.

UltraSharp is a process that is constantly being enhanced by Kerf Developments and its technology partners.

The UltraSharp plasma cutting process should be considered as a cost effective alternative to laser for a large majority of fabrication applications

The latest enhancements that Kerf has developed for the high definition plasma cutting process produces an excellent edge quality but more importantly addresses the issue of hole and slot cutting with high definition plasma. The result is what is classed as ‘bolt ready’ holes with draft angles on internal and external profiles of less than two degrees.

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