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  • Plasma cutting is a metal cutting process that uses an electric arc to melt the material and then blow it out through a jet of ionized gas. The ionized gas, known as plasma, is produced when the gas is subjected to a high temperature and pressure.
  • The plasma cutting process is carried out with a plasma torch, which consists of a metal tube with a narrow orifice at the tip. The gas, typically air, oxygen, or nitrogen, is introduced through the orifice and ionized by the electric arc. The ionized plasma is expelled at high velocity through the orifice, and its energy melts the material at its edge.
  • Plasma cutting is a very versatile process that can be used to cut a wide variety of metallic materials, including steel, stainless steel, aluminum, copper, and brass. It can also be used to cut non-metallic materials, such as plastic, wood, and ceramic.
  • Plasma cutting has a number of advantages over other metal cutting processes, such as:
    • It is fast and efficient.
    • It can cut materials up to 125 mm thick.
    • It produces a clean and precise cut.
    • It does not require direct contact with the workpiece, which reduces the risk of contamination.
  • Plasma cutting also has some disadvantages, such as:
    • It can produce fumes and noxious gases.
    • Plasma torches can be expensive.
  • Plasma cutting is used in a wide variety of applications, including:
    • Vehicle manufacturing
    • Machinery manufacturing
    • Construction
    • Civil engineering
    • Vehicle repair
    • Art and craft
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