9/19/2018

Plasma Cutting, Waterjet Products Introduced

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Hypertherm, a manufacturer of industrial cutting systems and software, is introducing two new systems at FABTECH this month, including plasma and waterjet technology.

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Hypertherm, a manufacturer of industrial cutting systems and software, is introducing two new systems at FABTECH this month, including plasma and waterjet technology. The company’s X-Definition class plasma combines engineering advances and refined, high-definition plasma processes to deliver high plasma-cut quality on mild steel, stainless steel and aluminum. Hypertherm’s HyPrecision waterjet pump includes digital technology designed to provide warning of upcoming maintenance needs.

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