Plasma Cutting

Plasma Cutting Services
For Abilene, Amarillo, El Paso, Lubbock, Midland, Pecos, San Angelo, Wichita Falls, TX & Albuquerque, NM

Plasma cutting is a process used to fabricate custom designs out of electrically-conductive materials. It offers an alternative to laser cutting and waterjet cutting with many benefits. Plasma is the fourth state of matter which often behaves like a gas but is able to conduct electricity. For this process, ionized gas is superheated and funneled through a plasma torch to melt the material. Plasma cutting can be used for a wide range of metals, including steel, aluminum, and copper, of thicknesses varying from 0.5mm to 180mm. It may also be known as plasma arc cutting or plasma fusion cutting.

Marco Steel and Aluminum Inc is your premier source for quality plasma cutting services throughout the Abilene, Amarillo, El Paso, Lubbock, Midland, Pecos, San Angelo, and Wichita Falls, TX areas, as well as Albuquerque, NM. Our skilled technicians are highly trained in each phase of the cutting process, including pilot arc initiation, main arc generation, localized heating and melting, material ejection, and arc movement, and they provide exceptional craftsmanship to every project. We work efficiently to deliver your products on time and we show our appreciation for your business with industry-leading rates. Please give us a call today to discuss your project and place an order!

The Plasma Cutting Advantage

With plasma cutting, it only takes one cut! This process is commonly employed to enhance productivity and reduce expenses. The many advantages of plasma cutting include ease of operation, portability, faster cuts, no pre-heating requirements, and minimal limitations on the types of metal that can be cut. The cuts themselves have a very small width and the finished products come away with a minimized heat-affected zone. The design capabilities of plasma cutting are equally impressive, with the ability to pierce, bevel, gouge, and trace shapes. Considering all these benefits, why not start choosing plasma cutting for your fabrication projects?