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November 26, 2012 - Along with rack and pinion design as well as linear ways in Y-Axis, Titan III features end trucks with widths that allows electrical cabinets to mount within truck formaximized protection against harsh cutting and heat environments while also providing cleaner appearance. Machine cuts material form 26 ga to 8 in. thick plate and provides positioning speeds up to 1,200 ipm. Additional properties include offers 6–14 ft cutting widths, .010 in. motion accuracy, and .010 in.repeatability.

New Titan III Cutting Machine Market Launch at FABTECH

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Messer - MG Systems & Welding, Inc.
N141 N9427 Fountain Blvd.
Menomonee Falls, WI, 53051

Press release date: November 5, 2012

Messer Cutting Systems has announced their "New Product Launch - A Cut Above the Rest" the Titan III Cutting Machine. The launch of the Titan III is scheduled for the 2012, Fabtech Show in Las Vegas, North America's largest, metal forming, fabricating, welding and finishing event. With over 25,000 attendees and 1100 exhibitors this provides an excellent platform for the market launch of the Titan III.

The Titan III features new linear ways in the Y-Axis, along with a new rack and pinion design. Wider end trucks allow for the electrical cabinets to mount within the truck for better protection against the harsh cutting and heat environments as well as providing a cleaner look to the machine. Messer is also promoting two other new products; a new video camera for plate alignment and new lifter technology. The new lifter is an exclusive combination of optimized parameters, robust construction and 360 collision protection all in a compact plug n' play lifter.

Their focus at the Fabtech show will be to give new and existing customers more of a hands on approach with live demonstrations of the Titan III cutting steel plate. Also demonstrated will be the new plate alignment video camera on Messer's other cutting machine the Edgemax.

"We anticipate an excellent market welcome with the new Titan III", says Joerg Toberna Marketing Manager. He mentioned "if you did not go to this year's show, please watch our video at or contact our sales department at for more information".

Messer Cutting Systems headquartered in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, manufactures top of the line thermal cutting gantry machines. Their machines use advanced Plasma, Oxyfuel and Laser cutting tools to cut shapes from mild steel, aluminum and stainless steel plate. They have sales and service offices and dealers/distributors located throughout North America.
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