Plasma Cutting Machines

Plasma Cutting Machines – When Speed, Precision and Cost Matter



Plasma cutting machines offer unparalleled cost/benefit ratios, providing speed, efficiency and accuracy.

In business, hand-held and CNC plasma machines can be used to save time and ensure precision. However, this equipment can also be used creatively to produce artwork, furniture and more.

Metal Form Group offers a range of models for different applications. For advice and information please contact us on (03) 9763 8000.

Powerful Technology, Easy to Handle



Both hand held and robotic torches used in CNC plasma machines work by creating an electrical arc between an electrode to the metal surface being cut through an inert gas that is blown at high speed through a narrow nozzle.

The heated gas is so hot that it melts the metal surface, and moves so fast that it blows molten metal away from the cut, resulting in a relatively small heat affected zone.

  • Stainless steel
  • Steel
  • Aluminium
  • Copper

Although the science behind this equipment is impressive, relatively minimal training is required to learn how to use plasma cutting machines (depending on your application).

Extensive Range of Applications



Plasma cutter machines are relatively portable, meaning that they can be used not only in fabrication and manufacturing workshops, but also on-site. This means that repairs to vital parts can be carried out on-site, rather than back at the workshop, saving valuable time.


Plasma cutter machines are relatively portable, meaning that they can be used not only in fabrication and manufacturing workshops, but also on-site. This means that repairs to vital parts can be carried out on-site, rather than back at the workshop, saving valuable time.

Other industries that make use of plasma cutting machines include:

  • Automotive
  • Pipeline
  • Shipbuilding
  • Construction
  • Demolition
  • Farming
  • Mining
  • Transportation
  • Manufacturing

Along with providing guidance on the right sized plasma cutter machines, Metal Form Group can provide advice on caring for your equipment and consumables in order to maximise the working life of parts and reduce the likelihood of damage to equipment.