We use technologically advanced, computer controlled CNC plasma machine, CNC water jet, CNC oxy-fuel cutting machines and state-of-the-art nesting programs ensuring efficient, cost effective use of plate processing like straight cutting, hole cutting, complex shapes and Architectural shapes. Carbon Steel, stainless steel, Alloy steel and Aluminum plate can be processed.


CNC Plasma cutting

High precision / high definition plasma process have quality and capabilities of plasma cutting, making it a more versatile and accurate.  Carbon Steel Piercing up to 40mm and side cut up to 70 mm, Stainless Steel & aluminum 28 mm

Plasma arc cutting is faster than oxy-fuel for cutting steel is competitive for greater thickness. The fast cutting speeds result in increased production subsequently faster delivery. Nearly all fusible, electrically conducting metals, such as unalloyed and low-alloy steels, nickel based materials, copper alloys, titanium alloys, aluminum alloys and others are suitable for plasma cutting.


CNC water-jet Cutting

Water-jet cutting is High precision cutting technology is its ability to cut virtually any material. It doesn’t superheat the area adjacent to the cut, so the material integrity is left intact.  Water-jet is considered a “green” technology. Water jets off large pieces of reusable scrap material that might have been lost using traditional cutting methods. Parts can be closely nested to maximize material use, and the water-jet saves material by creating very little kerf.

Water jet can cut any abrasive, harder materials such as Carbon Steel, Stainless steel, alloy steel, Aluminum, stone like Marble, Granite, Tiles, bullet proof glass, ceramics…etc. Thicker materials can also be cut more efficiently using an abrasive water-jet system. Thickness of cut up to 170 mm, any Complex architectural 2D profiles

CNC Oxy-Fuel cutting.

Oxy-fuel is simple and relatively inexpensive .Cutting cost will minimum compared to the plasma & Water jet. Oxy-fuel is a slow cutting process. As an oxygen-based process, it requires carbon to cut effectively, restricting its use to mild steel applications. Only low-carbon and some low-alloy steels have oxides with a lower melting point than the base metal. Thickness of cut up to 200 mm Carbon steel.

Application: Base Plates, Splice Plates, Gusset Plates, Bridge Components, End Plates, Shear tabs, Web Stiffeners, Moment Connections, Cap Plates, Bracing Connections…etc.