Press Release Summary:
Fully assembled and ready to run within 30 min from uncrating, TorchmateÂ® 4400/4800 have 80 A power supply and respectively feature 4x4 and 4x8 CNC plasma-cutting tables. Features of both tables include integrated touchscreen HMI with 27-part-shape library and optional clip art gallery with over 6,000 files; industrial-grade user console with adjustable mounting arm; and motion-control system. Laser interferometry testing revealed 0.0015 in.Â average repeatability.
Original Press Release:
Ready to Run in 30 Minutes, New Lincoln Electric® Torchmate® 4400|4800 Cutting Systems Give Growing Fab Shops Advanced Technology with Simple Operation
Spend Less | Get More with Lower Consumable Costs
“Game Changer” – Dan DuBose, Motobilt
CNC plasma solution offers single-sourced engineering, rapid setup and fast, consistent cuts
Reno, Nevada – Lincoln Electric has changed the way smaller, growing fabrication shops approach plasma cutting. No stranger to the fabrication industry, Lincoln Electric realized small-to-medium shops face challenges in putting together CNC cutting tables that meet their needs and fit inside their shops.
Often fabricators install kit CNC machines, integrating components from multiple vendors. Lincoln Electric realized these shops needed a single-sourced, all-in-one solution for their cutting needs.
New Torchmate® 4400|4800 CNC plasma-cutting systems from Lincoln Electric are designed for growing fabrication shops and other small businesses that want to integrate cutting into their operations. System design, components and construction are single-source engineered to deliver excellent repeatability and performance for small metal fab shops, sheet metal contractors, hobbyists and artists, custom vehicle fabricators, prototyping, education and the racing industry. These advanced technology systems are fully assembled, set up easily and are ready to run in 30 minutes from uncrating.
The Torchmate 4400, a 4x4 CNC plasma-cutting table, is ideal for users seeking a small table that offers built-in, high-end, production-grade components and fits into any small-to-medium-sized fabrication shop. The Torchmate 4800, a 4x8 CNC plasma cutting table, offers a larger cutting area that allows users to avoid additional shearing fees from steel suppliers.
Both tables include all necessary operational components, including:
Integrated, intuitive touch-screen HMI with 27-part-shape library and optional clip art gallery with over 6,000 files for and easy art projects
Industrial-grade user console with adjustable mounting arm
Proprietary motion-control system
A standard 80-amp power supply delivers 65 percent faster cut speeds and consumable cost savings of up to 45 percent, providing exceptional repeatability with less dross and better edge quality that reduce post-process operations. The 4400 and the 4800 also produce cycle times that are 2.5 times faster than Torchmate’s previous system.
Lincoln Electric also offers a comprehensive, ready-to-run education package for these systems with everything needed to start a CNC education program, including unlimited educational CAD licenses and access to a private online educator community.
Torchmate 4400|4800 CNC plasma-cutting systems are backed by a best-in-class, two-year, complete Lincoln Electric warranty and have been rigorously tested to the highest industry standards, including IP23| ISO |Laser Interferometer| EMC |MTBF. Laser interferometry testing resulted in a 0.0015” average repeatability.
Lincoln Electric is the world leader in the design, development and manufacture of arc welding products, robotic arc welding systems, plasma and oxy-fuel cutting equipment and has a leading global position in the brazing and soldering alloys market. Headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, Lincoln has 48 manufacturing locations, including operations and joint ventures in 19 countries and a worldwide network of distributors and sales offices covering more than 160 countries. For more information about Lincoln Electric and its products and services, visit the Company’s website at http://www.lincolnelectric.com.
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