Our team has state-of-the-art CNC plasma cutting machines, which allow us to cut metal into highly detailed and intricate shapes.
For as long as people have been working with metal, they’ve had to find ways to cut it into pieces. In the far past, blacksmiths used hand tools like files and chisels to cut metal, and more recently, metal workers used machines like angle grinders, metal saws, and screw-cutting lathes to do the job. Today, technology has advanced even further, and many metal fabrication companies—including ours at AccuSpec Fabrication—now use CNC plasma cutting machines for much of our metal cutting work.
CNC stands for computer numerical control, and CNC machines take digital design files and cut material into the exact shape required. Different types of CNC machines exist, but the basic principle remains the same: computerized mechanisms move the cutting bit back and forth across the material to cut out the design.
In a CNC plasma cutting machine, the cutting bit is not a drill bit or metal router, but instead an arc of plasma. The plasma is hot enough to cut through the metal, creating just about any shape you want. These machines make it much easier and safer to create highly detailed metal components, and we encourage you to take advantage of them.
We are proud to serve the College Station and Bryan, Texas area, and we want to help you get the best results from your metalworking projects. If you want to learn more about our CNC plasma cutting services, just give us a call today to find out what we can do for you.