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A virtually dross free finish means that the cut edge finish is almost totally free from any molten remains of material still stuck to the underside of the part. A virtually dross-free finished edge will be able to be handled without any other de-burring process being necessary.
There are a number of factors to consider when purchasing a plasma cutting tool. They include cut capacity, cut quality, reliability, duty cycle, ease of use and operating cost. The first step is to figure out what type of plasma cutting you plan to do. Are you planning to cut by hand or on a table? Some plasma cutting tools are capable of doing both, going from handheld to mechanized cutting and back again. A few systems include a CNC interface and internal voltage divider, providing more options for mechanized applications. Please call us or email us to discuss the suitable option for your application!
This is a more difficult question.

Pros:

Downdraft:

  • Applicable for a variety of metals
  • Downdraft collects particles and fumes transferring them through a filter system to clean the air
  • Easier to clean
  • More versatile, if you desire expanding your production by extending the table, it is easier to do so with a downdraft

Watertable:

  • Best applicable for cutting mild steel
  • Particles or fumes are pushed into the water so none remain in atmosphere
  • Less expensive to install and operate because there's no need for a filter or a fume collector

Cons:

Downdraft:

  • Filter must be changed regularly
  • Occasionally different filters for different applications.
  • More time consuming when removing or adjusting certain parts on the table, having to wait for them to be cool enough to handle with gloves or tongs

Watertable:

  • Water must be added on a regular basis along with chemicals to prevent algae growth
  • Must also be drained periodically and legally disposed of
  • When cutting aluminum, hydrogen bubbles can build up under the aluminum plate from the molten aluminum dropping into the water, creating the possibility of an explosion

We said more difficult because, In reality, there is no correct answer for this, this is really a preference issue which depends on the company. Axsis Technologies has built and fabricated both down draft and water tables, and would be glad to build you preference.

Generally Plasma is used to cut mild steel between .1" (3mm) and upto 2" - 50mm thick, some plasma machines can even cut upto 3" (75mm) on and edge start.
Plasma cutting machines are a very affordable way to 2D profile steel parts and good quality plasma machines require little maintenance. Most of the cost incurred while cutting comes from consumables such as Gas, Electrodes and Nozzles which are relatively cheap in comparison to the amount of cutting they can produce. Axsis Technologies use the best technology available to maximize consumable life and therefore minimizes the cost of cutting for the end user. When purchasing a machine make sure that the manufacturer can provide you with a good and timely supply of well-priced consumables.
As a rule, third party or commercial consumables are cheaper than the original, but are their prices cost-effective? The answer is no! Axsis Technologies always recommends original consumables for your machine. Cheaper consumables will not last as long nor will they provide the same high-quality results. Even if these parts cost one fifth of the price, they will also last for one fifth to one tenth of the cutting time, resulting in being more expensive in the long run, not to mention the inferior quality of the finished product.