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Flat screen welding, the predecessor of lcd cutting, was first invented in World War II in response to the
need to build war planes more quickly. It was found that flat screen welding was faster than regular welding and
the joints were more powerful. The technique was further sophisticated and plasma cutting was developed.
Lcd cutters use an electric circuit as well as the heat of an electric arc to make the plasma that cuts the metal.
Up until just a few years ago only materials that can conduct electricity were cut by plasma cutters;
for instance , silver, gold and copper or even non-metallic conductors
such as salts and graphite. With further refinements, today
non-conducting materials can be cut along with plasma cutters.
The new technologies develop the plasma ignition spark within the torch head whereas,
in the past, the particular spark was created through closing a
circuit with the work piece. This opens up the
plasma cutter as being a tool for almost any cutting
job, even though most of the cutting is still done upon metal.
The beauty of the plasma cutter is that the cutting is very clean and
the particular metal directly adjacent to the reduce is not affected by the cutting process.
With an oxyfuel cutter you may get thinning
or melting of the metal close to the cut. The surging plasma, on the other
hand, slices through the metal with ease.
The heat (around 50, 000 degrees Celsius) and the velocity of the plasma lead it to
blow right through the metal.
Along with plasma cutters you can cut any shape or angle you want and when you use an automated plasma cutter machine that has computer numeric controls (CNC) then you can upload a picture into COMPUTER
NUMERICAL CONTROL computer and have the plasma cutter machine cut that image out of the metal.
It is really quite amazing. The new machines can even cut a 45
degree bevel to add depth to any project.
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