Mastercut is a versatile CNC cutting machine which can be applied throughout the industry reaching from small workshops to big factories. The application range of the entry version with rails in X direction dedicated to fully automated oxyfuel cutting or cutting with conventional plasma can be enhanced to a variety of high precision plasma cutting applications including pipe, profile or elbow cutting and marking.
The machine comes in to configurations - with linear guides or with rails in the X axis.

Technical parameters 

Working length  1500 – 30000 mm
Working width 1500 – 4000 mm
Max. number of tool stations  4 (6 oxyfuel)
Max. thickness of material cut by plasma according to a plasma source
Max. thickness of material cut by oxyfuel 150 mm (optionally 200 mm)
Bevel cutting yes (see accessories)
Pipe cutting Ø 30 - 700 mm, max 10 t
Drilling up to Ø 13 mm
Positioning speed max 51 m/min (linear guides), max 43 m/min (rails)
Bidirectional repeatability 0.05 mm/m
Please note: The table above shows typical parameters. If you have different requirements, please contact us. All our solutions are tailor-made to customers' needs.

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